HTC Desire 500 Released in UK via Carphone Warehouse

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The wonderful mid-range smartphone HTC Desire 500 was released today in UK, with good and affordable prices starting at only £15 per month. Why so reasonable? It is an Android based smartphone that incorporates major features and specs of its elder brother, the HTC Desire 600, easy to use and very handy. With these great characteristics in mind, it will definitely win the hearts of every British.

As our source points out, the HTC Desire 500 features a 4.3 inch WVGA display, running on the Jelly Bean OS and having a 1.2 GHZ Snapdragon processor that can properly handle multiple tasking in a blink of an eye. Another important feature is its 8 MP rear camera that makes the phone perfect for outstanding and memorable pictures. The 1 GB RAM memory allows you to store hundreds of vids, photos, games or different apps.

HTC Desire 500 Released in UK

HTC Desire 500 Released in UK

HTC Desire 500 – main aspects:

Connectivity – It has great features that incorporate Micro USB, 3G, WI-Fi, Bluetooth or GPS. The 1800 mAh battery makes it possible to support other unique and remarkable features such as Blink Feed, Beats Audio and much more useful apps. The HTC Desire 500 makes your dreams come true, whether you are a music freak, a game addict or a photo passionate.

Design – the HTC Desire 500 comes in two colours – Black and White – and is as light as a feather. It is made of strong and good-quality plastic and can easily fit in a small pocket.

Software – As already mentioned, the lovely HTC Desire 500 runs smoothly on Android 4.1.2. Jelly Bean with a 1.2 GZH Snapdragon 200 quad-core processor that pushes the phone to its limits when downloading apps, multiple tasking or running a video or a game.

Storage – the HTC Desire 500 has a 4 GB internal storage and can be expandable up to 64 GB. This allows you to store a lot of documents, videos, games or other great features.

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