Review: HTC Desire 626 for AT&T
The HTC Desire 626 is a middle-of-the-road handset. I don't dislike it, but it doesn't offer any compelling features that aren't also available on competing phones
The hardware's design is pleasant enough and assembled well. The screen is decent and wireless performance is all right, but I was a bit disappointed by battery life and the processor's performance. HTC's treatment of Android may offer lots of flexibility, but it comes at the cost of an over-wrought design. I wish the camera application had a few more features, but it should suffice for most people.
I'd recommend the HTC Desire 626 to true fans of HTC's handsets who are on a budget. It's not a bad value, but other phones available from AT&T — like the Motorola Moto G — are better.
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