Two of the UK’s mobile networks have confirmed plans to offer the Android-powered HTC Desire C smartphone from next month
The handset features Beats Audio™ technology, making it a great choice for music lovers who want a stylish, feature-packed smartphone at an affordable price.
The Desire C runs Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich) and offers access to thousands of apps, games, music and movies through Google Play – the recently renamed Android Marketplace.
It is also deeply integrated with Dropbox and comes with 25GB of free online space for 24 months, offering users the ability to securely back-up, browse and share thousands of photos, videos and documents, whether stored locally or in the cloud.
Sylvia Chind, head of handsets at Three said, “Following the success of the HTC One Series, we’re delighted to add the affordable HTC Desire C to our range. Perfect for first time smartphone owners, the redesigned HTC Sense interface makes it easy for people to get to grips with the Android operating system”.
In a statement Orange said: “The handset will be available for free from £20.50 a month on a 24 month plan and for £169.99 on pay as you go. More details will be available on www.orange.co.uk in due course.”
3.5-inch HVGA screen
Authentic sounds with Beats Audio™ technology
Amazing 5 megapixel camera with HD video
Exclusive 25GB of online storage from Dropbox (free for 24 months)
4GB internal memory
Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich)