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HTC Desire C benchmarked ahead of release

HTC Desire C benchmarked ahead of release - read the full textConstantly in the limelight these days, the HTC Desire C just won't keep out of the headlines. The smartphone is not even released yet, but curious (and lucky) fellow journalists have already put it through its paces with the usual benchmark routines. The Desire C is no high-end device and it's...

 

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  • 2012-05-18 12:03
  • t}AK

i simply cannot forgive HTC for not putting camera led flash on this beauty device. it would've been top notch in low end phones market, but without led flash in 2012 it's simply not worth that money.

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  • 2012-05-17 18:47
  • 0mU@

> In reply to sabertooth @ 2012-05-17 11:47 from wfxk - click to readwhat's the deal with you? SGS3 is a high end device for 600 as is HOX... now Desire C is a sub 200 low end device...

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  • 2012-05-17 14:46
  • na0$

just go a samsung galaxy S3 on 30th may 2012. it will blow all other phones out of the way!!!!!!!!

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  • 2012-05-17 11:47
  • wfxk

It all matters to the user now. LOL! I'm so confused.

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  • 2012-05-17 10:25
  • 9x4P

> In reply to TheMan @ 2012-05-16 23:28 from fqfP - click to readNot sure where you're getting that info from..

The Nokia 6120/6121's (for example) run Symbian with a 369Mhz processor with no issues.

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  • 2012-05-17 07:05
  • Fv4$

this could be the reason that desire s haven't recieved yet ics..they have to sell this first...and maybe in autumn-winter this year desire s will finally recieve the upgrade

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  • 2012-05-17 06:43
  • p3xn

> In reply to cihanleanne @ 2012-05-16 23:06 from pikV - click to read...how is this HTCs problem. You are an obvious hater.

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  • 2012-05-17 05:10
  • tEqg

> In reply to TheMan @ 2012-05-16 23:28 from fqfP - click to readLet's see how without flaws ICS can run in this Desire C. (wait for a review).
Symbian can run even in 434 Mhz processor.(also that in ARM v6 processor). The processor used by HTC in Explorer, Desire C are ARM v7. That's why it can play Adobe Flash videos in browser, while the Samsung Galaxy Ace can't, as it uses 800 Mhz (ARM v6).
Learn something, before posting anything.

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  • 2012-05-17 05:02
  • uvhX
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If this can run ICS
why can't it run on LG optimus one p500
That ran gingerbread smoothly

And why not the Samsung galaxy S series run ICS

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  • 2012-05-17 04:41
  • fCRa

damn, i barely get 1400 on ICS with my Xperia Arc overclocked to 1.4 GHz :S .... sony needs to up their software game, for ICS...but their gingerbread platform is one of the best, fast and stable

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  • 2012-05-17 04:07
  • 6P}5

Guys, the MHz rating of a CPU doen't have anything to do with its ability to run ICS. Instructions per second are what's important. The Cortex A5 can process about 50% more instructions per clock cycle than the Cortex A8, meaning a 600MHz A5 CPU performs about the same as 900MHz A8.

The Wildfire S and most Samsung 800MHz phones use Arm11 cores, which are much slower that the A5 and A8. Comparing pure MHz ratings on CPUs doesn't tell the whole story.

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  • 2012-05-17 03:39
  • u1Qg

> In reply to cihanleanne @ 2012-05-16 23:06 from pikV - click to readUhm, maybe because network and wifi access isn't needed to do benchmarks?

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  • 2012-05-17 02:43
  • 7Xb7

Wow, a 600MHz ICS phone... so what's Samsung's excuse for not updating their 800Mhz+ phones to ICS? =))

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  • 2012-05-17 02:41
  • 7Xb7

> In reply to cihanleanne @ 2012-05-16 23:06 from pikV - click to readUnless I made a mistake, It seems that you want this phone to have a flawless signal even if there's no sim card inserted to the phone.
I believe in this part of universe you still need sim card to get access to network.

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  • 2012-05-17 01:35
  • tA${

pretty fast

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  • 2012-05-17 01:01
  • ptQ9

Oh well look at that!

Nokia fanboys always say Android is power hunger.
Even Symbian^3 can't run on 600 MHZ smoothly only Android, And you can forget about WP too it only runs on 800 MHZ and above.

And also in battery field
http://blog.gsmarena.com/samsu...s-very-well/

So Android is better in battery and CPU power.

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  • 2012-05-16 23:28
  • fqfP

look at the wifi and network signal typical htc useless!!

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  • 2012-05-16 23:06
  • pikV

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