If we look at the 10-15K price bracket, HTC has no product offering worth considering right now. As far as Android handsets go, Sony’s Live with Walkman is still the best offering here followed closely by the much older, but still relevant Samsung Galaxy Ace. LG has introduced a new handset for this price bracket, the E612, which looks pretty good on paper. HTC's Wildfire and Wildfire S too were in this price range, but neither of them did very well. So there was opportunity for HTC to swoop in and fill this gap, effectively grabbing some lucrative marketshare in this segment, which is what it hoped to achieve with the Desire C. This budget droid is a slightly beefed up version of the HTC Explorer with Beats Audio thrown into the mix. Let’s see if it’s good enough to take the crown from Sony.
A handsome looking phone
Sense 4.0 gives you a very familiar experience
Good media playback options
Updated 21 May, 2013, 8:08 pm IST
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