Desire 510by HTC

  • Desire 510
  • Desire 510
  • Desire 510
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VERDICT
Not recommended. This product is super problematic.
65%
TECHWALLA SCORE
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PROS

  • The Desire 510 is an affordable smartphone, even for people on a tight budget.
  • While it's not the best looking phone, it's not horrible for the price.
  • Performance suffers from occasional slowdowns but nothing that prevents you from using it.

CONS

  • The 4.7-inch screen is panned by almost everyone for its poor quality.
  • The Desire 510 offers only 4GB or 8GB of storage.
  • The camera is not going to impress you or your grandma.
The Desire 510 is a budget smartphone for individuals who simply want a device that connects them to the outside world. You're not going to be blown away by its specs, but it does the job. The Desire 510 offers 4GB or 8GB of storage, a 4.7-inch screen, and a Qualcomm Snapdragon 410 processor.
NameDesire 510Moto G (2015)Aquos CrystalGrand X 3Fire Phone
ManufacturerHTCMotorolaSharpZTEAmazon
Techwalla Score
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List Price$100$180$150$129$199
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The HTC Desire 510 offers very good voice and sound quality no matter if calls are placed to other mobile phones or from the device to a lan…

The HTC Desire 510 offers very good voice and sound quality no matter if calls are placed to other mobile phones or from the device to a landline phone.

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80%

Pennies have really been pinched when it comes to the camera. The main camera is an unimpressive performer, with 5 megapixels and no flash.

Pennies have really been pinched when it comes to the camera. The main camera is an unimpressive performer, with 5 megapixels and no flash.

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70%

This 4.7-inch Android KitKat device doesn't have the most impressive specs around -- an 854x480-pixel display and 1.3GHz quad-core processor…

This 4.7-inch Android KitKat device doesn't have the most impressive specs around -- an 854x480-pixel display and 1.3GHz quad-core processor certainly won't spark much excitement among the tech elite

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65%

The Desire is nicely put together, and exceptionally speedy for an entry-level smartphone. Read more at http://www.phonearena.com/reviews/HT…

The Desire is nicely put together, and exceptionally speedy for an entry-level smartphone. Read more at http://www.phonearena.com/reviews/HTC-Desire-510-Review_id3791/page/4#U62TlLD0RsVA3LT2.99

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Fast 4G network speeds for a bargain price is pretty tempting, but the HTC Desire 510 isn't quite as desirable as its name suggests thanks t…

Fast 4G network speeds for a bargain price is pretty tempting, but the HTC Desire 510 isn't quite as desirable as its name suggests thanks to some budget compromises, especially in the screen and camera.

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Set-up is a little more long-winded than normal, with a dozen or so steps to go through, but if you’re transferring from another HTC phone t…

Set-up is a little more long-winded than normal, with a dozen or so steps to go through, but if you’re transferring from another HTC phone then you’ll be relieved to hear you can copy over all your old junk hassle-free.

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The 510 is free (with contract) on Sprint for a reason—its display is disappointing and it comes with less than a gigabyte of free internal …

The 510 is free (with contract) on Sprint for a reason—its display is disappointing and it comes with less than a gigabyte of free internal storage.

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We managed to get a solid 14 hours of heavy use out of the device before hitting the 35 percent mark, after which it was another couple of h…

We managed to get a solid 14 hours of heavy use out of the device before hitting the 35 percent mark, after which it was another couple of hours before the phone hit the low battery warning level.

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