September 3rd 2013 8:47 am

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phoneArena Oct 28, 2013

With all its downsides, we can see the case for the Desire 300. HTC has priced this well. If you can live with the slight lag and appreciate the design and in-hand feel, it is not a bad deal at its very affordable starting full retail price of around $200 (180 euro in Europe).

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CNET Sep 3, 2013

With its low-resolution screen and dual-core processor, the HTC Desire 300 isn't going to tempt those of you looking to slide the latest, sleekest smartphone into your pocket. With a cheap enough price tag, though, it might catch the eye of more budget-conscious shoppers.

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