by March 31, 2014 0 comments

HTC may have a winner like One M8 on its hands but the company is pushing hard to compete in the other spheres of Indian smartphone market as well. Which is why the incoming Desire 310 will have an interesting battle against the hugely popular Motorola Moto G smartphone, that has refreshed the budget mobile segment with a quality device.  

Desire 310 can be seen as the closest competitor to Moto G in the market alongside Micromax Canvas Turbo Mini which is selling in the market for Rs 12,400 approx. HTC has always been recognized for designing and building phones of the top quality but where they always tend to lag behind is the difference in hardware being used by the company and its competitor. The following will explain our point in further detail. 

Display: Taking a closer look at Desire 310, you have a 4.5 inch 854×480 TFT display, while Moto G sports a 4.5 inch HD display and Micromax Canvas Turbo Mini comes with a bigger 4.7 inch HD display. One might say that in between these 3, Desire 310 is priced the lowest but then for difference of Rs 800, the device leaves us wanting more.

Processor: All these devices are packed with 1 GB RAM but chipset-wise there is a marked difference. Mediatek powers the HTC and Micromax devices while Snapdragon 400 optimizes the output of Moto G.

Camera: In this area, Micromax Canvas Turbo Mini is the clear winner. It comes fitted with 8 MP rear and 5 MP front cameras which is head and shoulder above Desire 310 (5 MP & VGA) and Moto G ( 5 MP & 1.3 MP). Output wise there may not be much of a difference.

Others: Battery units are pretty much the same, you also have dual-SIM capabilities on all the three but on the software front, Moto G has the Android KitKat version while the other two are still powered by Android Jelly Bean OS.

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