Ehrupt, 03 Dec 2014Your opinion of a cheap phone is LG? Haha. I laugh. LG's are one of the top brands That aren... moreLG L series sucks, plastic, very cheap, rubbish quality, very slow, hard to text on, heavy and ugly, I should know. My fiancè gave our son a lg l50 because he broke his Iphone 4
I.scorp, 06 Sep 2014why spoil htc and desire 510,i think some comment and post are jealousy. please flash back to ... moreYour opinion of a cheap phone is LG? Haha. I laugh. LG's are one of the top brands That aren't very well bought and known. The LG G series is one of the best phones out on the market ATM. They have amazing graphic processors. Ram. Screen quality. TBH I would prefer an LG over a Samsung Galaxy s3,s4,s5. I phones, Sony xperias the whole bunch.
Great phone! Great camera! Great Display! I love it! Display is good, but viewing angles not so much! Great Build! Ok camera... Smooth! Runs games perfectly! Only bad thing is storage. The camera is bad, but awesome for the price! Why does everyone hate this phone? It's awesome!
rick, 26 Nov 2014does it have a lit message indicator?I checked with HTC, and the Desire 510 does not have an led indicator for incoming messages.
I was very excited to get my hands on the HTC Desire 510, i was truly in suspense to pull it out of the box. The phone has a good display although it is only a 800 by 480 display. Or something very close to that. As i began to use the phone I started to really appreciate the smooth effects that the quad core processor provided me. everything was great, the hardware is absolutely lovely. The build quality is so great it makes me want to hold it all day. Just when i thought i had the bets phone on the market, i turn it around and noticed a missing piece that is equipped with every new smartphone. A......FLASH. but its okay, i can live without a flash, its okay. its okay right? That is, IF the camera is of good quality, so that led me to venture towards the camera application. This was the moment of my life were i began to rethink my whole existence. November 26th 2014 I Robert Turner pressed down on the camera button to reveal what i can honestly say is without a doubt the WORST DAMN CAMERA I HAVE EVER SEEN IN MY LIFE. YOU HAVE NO IDEA. LIKE WHAT IN THE SAM HELL DID THEY PUT IN THE BACK OF THAT POOR HTC DESIRE. As i began to bring my shaking (of anger ofcourse) I managed to flip to the front camera in a desperate hope of a decent picture. Buutttttttt guess what dude. I found myself looking at what LOOKED like my face, but more of a wax paper filter that someone had accidentally dropped in fresh dog shit. So at this point I had nothing left to do but set down this wasted piece of resources, and just walked away, shaking my head.
Yeah,this phone is quite attractive but only 208pix is not good for high graphics gamer (over 1 or 1.5 GB ) in my opinion, even u can hav problem running high quality videos.Accept This its best phone at this coast after Moto G (2nd Generation).See Price Below :
USA = $160
UK = £140
rick, 26 Nov 2014does it have a lit message indicator?I bought my phone 11/26/14, and I want to know the answer also.
This phone is going back tomorrow. Got it today. Picture quality is horrible and no flash? ??? Come on.
Could someone tell me why my htc doesn't have a mobile network sharing option? It says to go to that to setup hotspot but the problem is I don't have the mobile network sharing option.
I found a way to REMOVE some of the BS apps that at first appeared to me permanent eaters of my storage on the phone. Go into Manage Apps and tick down the list until you get to an app you want to remove. Select it and hit uninstall updates. You will then see a prompt asking if you want to replace app with the factory version. Click okay and the app will uninstall. Also, to make sure it's dead, click disable and unclick the blue box. Let me know if this helps anyone.
It's very, very fast! Unfortunately, it's very fast at accosting you with bloated crap. I've tried quite hard to minimise the spurious alerts and services running. Do people actually LIKE this HTC Dot View thing? No, I don't want to sign up to the HTC backup service; what is this, the Columbia Record Club? And yet, it's apparently impossible to truly stop these things, even if you disable them manually.
Or, ideally, remove them. When nearly 90% of your internal storage isn't available for you to use, I think there's cause for serious concern. No, really, turn off automatic updates because you're going to run out of room. I freed up something like 400MB just by rolling back to factory versions on things I don't care about, but 8GB should really be CAVERNOUS for my needs; this is a device that desperately needs root just so a basic pecking order can be established.
The bezel is a bit thick, so it may give you trouble even if your hands are on the larger side. I certainly didn't expect that those couple millimetres on either side would be so significant. Coupled with the lack of HTC's signature "chin", my grip on the handset doesn't feel very sure. But the biggest disappointment is surely the screen.
This isn't an IPS display. This isn't SuperLCD either. AMOLED? Nope. My 2007 Dell TN panels have better viewing angles than this and the colour temperature is QUITE cold. To top it off, there's no oleophobic coating, so using it at all results in skin oils everywhere.
I thought I was getting a steal of a deal at $80 with $35 credit on my account (so basically $45), but now I feel like I overpaid a bit.