Alright, let me start this with a confession that I really am not that well-versed when it comes to mobile phone specifications. In other words, I am but a mere mobile phone user who in one way or the other may not even understand a handful of cell phone jargons should I come face to face with them. But tell you what; I know a good phone when I encounter one.
For my birthday, a special person gave me HTC Desire 820 and honestly, I didn’t know what to do with it the first time I touched the phone. But little by little, with utmost carefulness, I began unwrapping the package and explored the best gift I have ever received for my birthday so far.
Well, at first look, you may actually see the Desire 820 to be a mere one of those intimidating-looking smart phones that’s sleek on the outside but perfectly ordinary on the inside, but tell you what, it’s not. A few days of bonding with the gadget and I have discovered five things that makes the HTC Desire 820 one of a kind.
- It is stunning.
To describe this phone as beautiful is an understatement. If I were to compare to a woman like me, this phone is one I would consider a head-turner, and yes, whenever I use this phone on public, some people actually turn their heads to check it out. With its metal body and equally attractive color designs, the phone exudes a strong yet sleek aura that can be compared to a successful woman, not to mention its slimness that is just so sexy.
- It is fast and efficient.
As I mentioned earlier, I really am not that well-versed with mobile phone jargons but once I got curious what’s in Desire 820 that makes it really fast no matter how any apps I access at a tie or how different sites I am browsing , and I have found out that 820 actually has a very powerful process. Well, I don’t know what edge a Qualcomm Octa-Core 64-bit processor with integrated LTE modem has over other processors but comparing my HTC Desire 820 with my previous phone, my old phone is way, way slower.
- Two Awesome Cameras
To tell you what, my Desire 820’s front camera can beat my old phone’s rear camera when it comes to photo stability and clarity. Equipped with a 13MP rear camera and an 8MP front camera, my HTC 820-taken photos have received a lot of praises whenever I upload them into my online networking accounts. In addition, with this phone I need not download apps to improve the images I took, rather, Desire 820 has this feature that automatically perks up the photos taken. In addition, the camera is also capable of recording high definition videos-saving me from the stress of carrying around my heavy digital camera.
My Desire 820 has 16 gig of internal storage and 2 gig of RAM, and these are more than enough for the demands of my daily use. In addition, I have also found out that the memory can be expanded up to 128 GB, now that upgrade’s one thing to ask for my next birthday. But seriously, for a mobile phone to be assumed to be capable of maintaining its function despite having a heavy load of files stored in it simply means that the phone must really be powerful.
- It came free.
I guess the most interesting part about me owning a Desire 820 is that I got it for free. But seriously, though the phone may belong among the ranks of mid to upper range prices, this phone’s worth all the investments.
The writer loves to make reviews on gadgets which she herself was anxious to touch at first but eventually found herself in love with.