Mobile phones: Compare features & prices HTC Desire C review http://www.which.co.uk/technology/phones/reviews/mobile-phones/htc-desire-c/review/
The HTC Desire C is a budget smartphone that costs just £150 pay-as-you-go or from £15.50 a month on a contract. Despite the low price, it runs on the latest version of the Android operating system. We sent it to our lab to test whether it could hold its own against far more expensive models.
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