middlefinger, 08 Jan 2016How many of u want to bet that HTC will shut down its business within 2 years. If they keep ma... more+1. To me, HTC sells phone overpriced, they are ripping off those has little knowledge on hardware.
I would 200% NEVER buy rubbish HTC.
HTC when will you wake up for real
Are you sure still running with this kind of ideas of producing n number of phones & releasing it every alternate days
How many of u want to bet that HTC will shut down its business within 2 years. If they keep making these silly phones and price it like this, that is what will happen for sure. They are just not ready to learn from their past mistakes.
18k for low specs is not worth . would rather pay some more and buy oneplus 2- 25k or
galaxy s5-22k( flipkart ) or mi4- 15k rocking 801 chip or oneplus x- 15k.
you can buy honor 5x which will be soon released in India at less price. you will get good quality alternative to this phone at a cheaper price. may be even better than this
What the hell? The Meizu M2 Note has a 1080p 5'5 screen, the same SoC, the same internal storage and ram and is priced at 170.
If mediatek is banned vl get only brand phones in market...den micromax vl be dead ...... Mediatek killed quality in smartphones...
They forgot Quality in the name affordability .....That quality is htc .... Ull be always on people s mind sure...haters... Donn read this...
Only 720p resolution at this price expensive for such cheap specs.
HTC...you are dead! DEAD! Xiaomi and other brands are better thank your phones...and nobody will buy this!
The ASUS Zenfone 2 Laser 500 is much better option IMO and way more cheaper. Just bought one for my cousin yesterday for 11K and can't be more happier.
Lapax, 08 Jan 2016I thought Mediatek processor phones were banned in India?Child ~~~~ chip.
Lapax, 08 Jan 2016I thought Mediatek processor phones were banned in India?Mediatek processors are not banned in India only Xiaomi can't launch mediatek devices in India because they used some patented cellular child in their phone which belonged to Ericsson without their permission and paying any royalty but there is no problem with mediatek processors.