|HTC Desire 380 Overall Review|
It's not because it does not carry the best on the market that the HTC One A9 has provided a fact sheet on the cheap. It incorporates an AMOLED panel 5 "Full HD (1920 x 1080 px) protected by a Gorilla Glass 4. The A9 is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon SoC 617 eight-core ARM Cortex A53 (4 x 1.5 GHz and 4 x 1 2 GHz), an Adreno 405 graphics chip and 2 GB of RAM, the internal memory of 16GB is expandable with the microSD slot, the images are captured by two sensors 13 and 4 megapixels respectively to the rear and to the front. There is Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, NFC and 4G compatibility (cat. 4), a fingerprint reader is present in the screen and it is the latest version of Android, 6.0 Marshmallow which animates the A9.
Most observers note that the HTC one A9 strongly resembles an iPhone 6, which itself looks like an HTC one M8.... However, this does not diminish the good impression left by the A9 in us and in our hands. The brushed aluminum dress is pleasant to touch and absolutely does not retain fingerprints or other dust.. Fortunately, the smartphone feels good in hand and it is no exception to the user.
We regret a little the height of the assembly. The bands above and below the screen are large enough and are lost in the compact smartphone. It is as tall as LG G4 which nevertheless measures 5.5 inches diagonally. The screen occupies only 69% of the front, as opposed to 71% for Samsung Galaxy S6. It remains still much better than the 65% of iPhone 6s.
The volume and standby buttons are on the right side of the device. All fall well under the thumb of a right-handed user. In contrast, there are friendly carts nano-SIM and microSD.
HTC Desire 380 Overall Review
4/ 5By Ahmed Ramzy