HTC Desire 620 Review

HTC Desire 620 Review

HTC Desire 620

HTC Desire 620 Launch

HTC has a new addition to its more affordable mid-range Desire smartphones. Called the Desire 620, this 5-inch Android KitKat phone comes with a 720p display, a 1.2GHz quad-core processor and 4G LTE connectivity.

HTC Desire 620

HTC’s Desire range has been aiming to please the mid range end of the market for a number of years now but so far it hasn’t been able to meet the grade.

Following on from the all-round mediocre HTC Desire 610, the Desire 620 comes up with exactly what that phone wanted to achieve.

You can pick up a Desire 620 for around £169.99 (about $260, AU$330) at the moment, making it a more expensive choice in this market.

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The HTC Desire 620 fits well in the hand with the 5-inch 720p display easy to reach on all sides. The screen is on the small side considering the size of the phone as there are some pretty hefty bezels here, especially on the top and bottom of the 620.

The back panel of the phone is removable and it offers a decent level of grip. Don’t expect a premium feel here though, it’s cheap and plasticy feeling and a little too rubbery for my liking as it picks up the slightest greasy marks in a matter of seconds.

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