HTC expresses great style with the new Desire 626G+ featuring a triple piece body with soft touch edges that fit the grip with ease. Available in two colors, white and blue, this dual SIM phone brings a surprising amount of style and features at an affordable price.
The 626G+ incorporates a 13MP rear camera with auto focus LED flash, f/22 aperture and full HD 1060p video recording support. Up front, this device boasts of a 5MP front camera with a f/2.8 aperture BSI sensor capable of recording full HD 1080p video calls as well as attractive self-portrait shots. The image aspects are on par with the specific requirements of customers and hence the device is a standard offering for its pricing
This smartphone is packed with 8 GB of internal storage that is a bit low to store all contents. Though, it can be expanded up to 32 GB with the help of a micro SD card which is sufficient for a smartphone in this price bracket. However, the HTC Desire 626G+ isn’t a great deal as there is an assorted range of devices that include 16GB storage available for less price.
The Desire 626G+ draws its power from a 1.7 GHz octal-core processor that is teamed up with a Mali-T760MP2 graphics unit and has 1 GB RAM for decent graphic multitasking and handling. This chip set is similar to what is used in Lenovo the A7000 and Gionee Elife S7. A 2000mAh battery is possessed by the device that is claimed to supply up to 12 hours 40 minutes of talk time and 458 hours of standby time on a 3G network.
Features and Display
This HTC device has a 5 inch HD display with 1280*720-pixel resolution and a density of 294 pixels per inch. It definitely renders decent quality content without any pixilation issues.
The HTC Desire 626G+ is a clone of the 620G except for the camera but, thankfully it didn’t maintain its pathetic music quality. The Desire 626G+ has pretty good music clarity using the earphones, making the overall sound quality decent. If you ask whether or not this phone is worth buying, only one thing that justifies the purchase is the camera quality. If you are not a camera freak then you may opt for other HTC phones that are quite similar to this one but comparatively cheaper. The Desire 626G+ is no less than “the same wine in a different bottle”.