HTC Desire 816 unlocked
The HTC Desire 816, for its mid-tier range, has been called the new flagship device and it comes filled with a lot of personality within its 5.5-inch frame. The new phone gets much of its design from the HTC One and the company is expecting it to do well in the market. Here is a preview of the new HTC Desire 816.
The HTC Desire 816 comes in some bolder colors which help in making it a truly striking phone. The color tones HTC were carefully selected and as such they are bright, with a touch of pastel so as to avoid becoming too bright. The phone is by far quite stylish in appearance especially considering that plastic phones can have a cheap look.
There is a mix of matt and glossy finishes on the Desire 816, which is not easy to pull off, yet HTC seems to have done it. In spite of its big size, which is likely to turn off some, it is a much more visually pleasing than the HTC One Max. Lighter and slimmer than the Max, the HTC Desire 816 weighs a mere 165g and is 7.99mm thick.
Hardware features are not skimped on with the Desire 816 and features BoomSound series speakers making it an excellent device for games and movies.
There is a nano SIM slot and a memory card slot that can be accessed by popping off the phone’s glossy back. The nano SIM is new to HTC devices, which normally use micro SIMs. A pull-off back allows the sides of the phone to be kept clean and clear.
Power and Other Specs
The phone offers a really good spec list that is well suited for a mid-range phone. The processor is the Snapdragon 400 quad-core variant which has been clocked at 1.6GHz.
There is 1.5GB of RAM along with mobile internet at 4G. Storage is 8GB which is on the low side, but with the phone’s microSD card slot, it won’t be much of a major issue.
The HTC Desire 816 has much to off and as such it’s difficult to say how users will respond to its flimsy-feeling body, it’s likely to a positive one. This is mainly because it comes in a good array of bright colors, its looks, high end speakers, and large screen. The Desire 816 is surely to be among the best on offer in the upcoming months.
Unlock HTC Desire 816
As with almost any phone you need to unlock – contact the carrier right away and find out if you can get a free unlock code. If it’s a very new device, chances are the carrier has you under contract and regardless of the circumstance is going to make you wait 60-90 days before they get around to giving you a free unlock code. Most of us don’t have 60-90 days to wait around for anything. If that’s the case for you, you can still get a free HTC Desire 816 unlock code by completing a TrialPay offer after following the link below:
If you can’t get a free unlock code from the carrier your HTC Desire 816 is locked to, you can buy the same IMEI unlock code online from either of the following unlock code vendors: