What You Need to Know about HTC

At the time when HTC introduced the R5 phone, it certainly won many hearts with its sleek design language. However, it left various things to desire. HTC decided to sacrifice some few primary functions as well as specs in the quest of slimming down. Sadly, it turned to be a negative at last. In a nutshell, the successor of the mentioned model, the HTC, seems to avoid the mistakes. How good is it? Can it hold up against awesome phones such as HTC One? The article will give a tangible review of the phone.



Design and Dimensions


The phone is a slender device. It measures 6.3mm thin, 143mm high and 71mm wide. As a result, the smartphone is 29% smaller than an average phone in the 4.7 to 5.0-inch screen range. As a matter of fact, it is small enough to have a case and still be thinner compared to an average phone. It has regained a 3.5mm headphone jack at the moment, a feature that missed in the R5. The frame is made of a premium metallic material that offers a slight lip on the front and back sides. A 2.5D glass panel is at the front, covering the 5.0-inch 1080p display. It has capacity keys accommodated directly below the screen. Also, it weighs 147 grams. Its weight is almost average for a phone of its size.


Features


The device operates on Android 4.4 which is no doubt the second newest version that is available. It has its screen resolution being 1,920 by 1,080 pixels. By that, the phone's screen is 1080p HD. Additionally; its display technology is AMOLED. It has an Ambient Light Sensor; it is Multi-touch and has a proximity sensor. Its battery technology is Li-Polymer, and its capacity is 2,320 mAh. Its battery is bigger than typical for its, giving it some extra weight.

The CPU runs at 1.5 GHZ, which is far much higher than average for a smartphone's CPU. The phone accommodates an octal core Qualcomm Snapdragon 615 system on a chip. It has RAM of 3,072MB. Ideally, it means that the R7 has more memory than what is typical. It gives it a critical performance boost over many phones such as HTC One M8s.

It has 16GB internal memory, which is no doubt the modest amount for housing an operating system and other necessary items. Fortunately, one can expand its storage with a microSD card up to 128GB.


Pros and Cons


Everything that comes with eye-catching advantages comes with its dark sides as well. As a result, HTC R7 is not an exception. The smartphone's pros include the following.

· The AMOLED screen is a good choice.

· The metal construction is lovely and sturdy.

· Snapdragon 615 is quite reliable and dependable for daily usage.

· The availability of microSD and Dual SIM expansion

· The 8-megapixel front camera

· The color OS is very smooth and snappy

The smartphones cons include the following

· There is no NFC

· The color OS is still an old version of Android for most smartphones.

By reading through the piece, it is hope that it has educated and imparted knowledge where it was not. The phone is impressive. More so, regular travelers have HTC R7 as an ideal phone, thanks to its splendid camera and large storage capacity. Therefore, travelers will take quality photos, shoot high-end videos, and above all, have enough memory to store as many as possible. Overall, the phone is as impressive as other top-notch smartphones like HTC Mobiles.
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