Sometimes it is not bad to look back a few months ago and review some smartphones such HTC 700, so today we cover it, It is availability in Asian and some European markets.
Let's have a quick review of the top specs.The HTC Desire 700 feature, with two active SIMs functionality,fairly thick (10.3mm) and heavy (149g), large 5” 540x960 qHD display, BoomSound stereo speakers, 1.2GHz quad-core processor, 1 GB of RAM and 8GB of expandable storage,
Will that list be enough to offset the otherwise unimpressive specs and pricing?
Let's find out …..
in the box
In-ear stereo headphones
Warranty & information leaflets
Desire 700 is so thin, and comfortable to hold chassis, and comparatively easy to operate with one hand. The glossy back cover is rather slippery, The frontal stereo speakers also add quite a bit of height to the handset.The build quality is very sturdy all around and the side buttons are very easy to feel and press,
To get access to the microSIM card slots, memory card one, and the battery, you can easily remove the whole brushed-metal-looking-yet-plastic back cover by prying it off at the bottom.
The 5” screen with the 540x960 pixels qHD resolution and 220ppi (pixel density), Seems this density is not so good but dose the job fine.
you can get a call on the second card while talking on the primary one, One of the big selling points of the Desire 700 is that is supports Active dual SIM functionality.
Processor and memory
A 1.2 GHz quad-core Snapdragon 200 processor sits at the bottom of Qualcomm's food chain,For daily activities it is plenty, and the Sense UI flies seamlessly around, with just the occasional stutter in-between animations. HTC has equipped the phone with 1 GB of RAM, which wouldn't make you feel bogged down for more, yet you can't line up tens of apps and expect fluid performance, so the phone itself limits you to 9 apps open at any given time, before it closes the oldest ones automatically. Desire 700 comes with just 8 GB of internal memory, of which about 4.7 GB are user-available, but it has a microSD slot, so you can add up to 64 GB more there.
HTC equipped 8 MP camera sensor, joined by an LED flash sidekick, and the 2.1 MP frontal cams have backside-illuminated sensors .The camera app interface is one of the best features of HTC Sense, as it offers the shutter buttons for pics and video on one and the same screen, and sports plethora of color effects and shooting modes like HDR or Panorama
that amplified top speaker at the front is good earpiece when you receive a call. The voices come out pretty loud and clear, with no distortion.
Call quality is doubly important on a dual SIM phone, This makes the Desire 700 one of the best phones with two SIM card support you can get at the moment in terms of call quality, and you be able to last throughout the working day with the dual SIM phone in active standby mode.