My Lenovo Vibeshot from summer 2015 had better specs than this phone. And thats 4 years old.
For 99 euros or less it would be great phone but with this price i wonder if theey sell more than 10 device in a month.
Redmi 8A is a lot better device for half the price.
It's a phone from 2018 with low specs and old sensors too in a year when the competitors offer great variety of cameras, double or triple RAM and a lot better SoCs at that price. As usual people at HTC seems living in a permanent high state who knows for what reason...
What a piece of crap at that price. Only a blind die hard fan could buy it for the logo. But now that logo brand means nothing as their products aren't original. Are rebranded phones from other manufacturers. A rented brand or maybe should be called a prostituted brand.
cheap price, would've been much better if it has SD 600 series instead of the cheap Mediatek
For the specs, too expensive. Redmi 8, redmi note 8, much better.
Was a big fan of HTC 2009-10 , They had great products ,but fell down with import of cheap chinese firms . They had worst soft support and up gradation.
My HTC phone is still in awesome condition,but couldn't find same battery in market . After sale support is poor for brand.
Overpriced shit. Realme, Xiaomi even Samsung is giving much more in this price segment.
I used to have HTC U12+. Hardware-wise is was a great phone (if bought with some discount). But the software support is still a joke and probably won't improve. I will never buy a HTC phone again.
MediaTek? LOL. Can't use the GCam apk with that.
Wish Sharp releases the Aquos V here in the States. I'll have no problem getting a Snapdragon 835 phone for $230. Don't care if the 835 chip is nearly 3-years-old. That still beats the Pixel 3a's 670 and the $1500 Razr's SoC. And the Aquos V has a headphone jack. Too bad it's too tall at 157 mm..
The most innovative smartphone company of 2008-2014 is now releasing these kind of generic budget phones?
I want to see a U13+ (or rather a new flagship series, akin to the glorious HTC One series), and I want it to impress, like the good old days. I know HTC can do it, they just need to get back on the track.