HTC Desire C Android phone

The HTC Desire C is an ultimately frustrating phone to use due to a sluggish user experience

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Sleek Design
Everything except the design
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WORST PHONE I've ever had! It's so damn slow! Camera sucks! It's so frustrating even when doing the simple tasks! I can't even answer a phone call without it freezing like a piece of c***! Everything about the phone absolutely sucks. The only PRO about the phone (surprising there's a PRO about the phone) is the sleek design of it, other then that, its c***. I do NOT recommend this phone to anyone.

Faraz Aslam



Everything, except for the camera.
It's a good phone, actually very good, but the camera sucks.
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I think this is a great phone, except for the fact that its camera is horrible. Battery life,sound,texting, performance, and the looks are the pros. It's a great phone to use, but you won't be able to take good pictures when you really would love to. I think that this is a great phone, and i do recomment this.

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