HTC Desire 510 (A11) White (Boost Mobile)

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  • 1.3 MP Front Facing/5 MP Rear Facing Camera
  • Dual Mode 3G/4G LTE
  • 1.2 GHz Quad-Core Processor

HTC Desire 510 HTC0PCV1ABMU No-Contract Cell Phone for Boost Mobile: You can download apps, access social media and check your e-mail on the go with the HTC Desire 510. With 4G LTE speeds, you can quickly connect to the Internet from nearly any location. You can even use your phone to navigate features on your TV with HTC Sense.

$ 59.01

HTC Desire 510 (A11) White (Boost Mobile)

3 Responses to HTC Desire 510 (A11) White (Boost Mobile)

  1. Angie V. says:
    213 of 228 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    GREAT phone! Great value!!, November 20, 2014
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    I really, REALLY like this phone!
    So I’ll admit, I’m on a budget but I still wanted a smart phone that had some bells and whistles and didn’t LOOK like I was on a budget. I found it! For the money it’s a fast, sleek, fun phone that can sit on the table at the cafe or in the office looking like I invested in a mid-high $$ phone! It charges quickly, downloads apps fast and has yet to disappoint!!!

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  2. PuterGeek2 says:
    149 of 159 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    More than what you pay for., December 8, 2014
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    PuterGeek2 (Erie, PA) –

    I read the reviews before buying this on Cyber Monday. I figured I would take a chance at a dirt cheap price on a phone I believed to have potential. Well, let me tell you a few things about this phone that surprised me:

    This phone can and does play Asphalt 8 Airborne, and Real Racing 3 on the highest settings without ANY lag.
    Full access to the App Store! Anything you have on your android device, can be transferred to this phone.
    Expanded Storage… be sure you have an SD card for added storage. Installing one automatically sends the games, pictures videos and music to the card without having to do a thing.
    There is NO space for apps without adding an SD card so be sure to spend a few bucks for one!!
    Although there is no EQ, HTC has a way of making the sound better than adequate. No EQ, no problem.
    One big downfall is the Display. I had low expectations after reading the reviews, and they were met. HOWEVER it is more than adequate. For the price, really is better than we deserve.
    Battery life is outstanding.
    Build quality is actually not bad. It does not look as cheap as the price you pay for it.
    Snappy Quad Core CPU really zips through anything.
    Call Quality is awesome.

    Now the pros and cons.

    Pros:
    Cheap!
    Front facing camera is adequate.
    RFC is capable of making 1080p videos @ 60 FPS as well as slow motion video… just be sure the subject matter is well lit.
    Snappy CPU plays any and all games you wish at the highest setting… no lag.
    Removable cover to replace the battery if needed and add expanded storage.
    Well built phone. Feels nice in the hand.
    Loud speaker is actually quite loud!
    4G LTE in my area. Amazing for a phone in this price range.
    More than ample screen size. 4.7 inches is more than most phones at this price offer.
    Battery lasts forever AND charges quickly.

    Cons:
    Screen resolution (or lack of) is very noticeable.
    The Camera is horrible,unless used soley during the day, and has no flash.(I knew this before buying, but letting you know)
    No Equalizer. (12/28/14) Note: Found a great EQ in the Play Store. Simply called “Bass Boost.” It includes an Equalizer.
    Internal storage is eaten up by apps before you even begin to add your own. (Less than 1 Gig available.) BUY AN SD CARD! :)

    So if you are looking to snap pictures, or are looking for a phone with a brilliant display, well don’t waste your money on this one. If you are looking for a phone that is functional, and does everything higher end phones can do (save taking super high quality pictures) this is for you. Personally, I love it.

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  3. Fritz Krepotkin says:
    121 of 136 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Why are you here? I came for the 64-bit processor . . ., November 6, 2014
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    Fritz Krepotkin (Ohio) –

    Verified Purchase(What’s this?)
    But stayed for the build quality. As a parent whose 13-year old requested an android device with a shiny quad core and decent gaming performance, I am pleasantly surprised to report this low-end phone delivers like a high-end champ in the categories that matter to him, i.e., frame rates, response times, and is equipped with SD and Sim card slots. He also approves of Polaris Office for schoolwork, which comes preinstalled. Sure, HTC cut obvious corners to make this device affordable–mediocre camera and screen, no flash–and most negative reviews seem to be preoccupied with these deficits. However, the screen is solid, clear, and bright, while the handling and heft of the HTC 510 (including a frame that seems to be painted metal, grappling a rubberized plastic body) makes the competition at this price in the Virgin lineup feel downright flimsy in comparison. Coupled with Virgin’s twenty buck-a-month plan (which limits my son to school Wifi-only web access), this phone is an underrated bargain that helps this parent feel a *little* more comfortable giving a smart kid a smartphone.

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