Entry level HTC Desire C with ICS gets priced at RM738

Posted:  June 15, 2012   By:    11 comments   

HTC Desire C Malaysia

Apart from the HTC One S which is officially launched today at RM1,838, HTC has also made available other variants of the HTC Desire series – the entry level Desire C and the dual-sim capable Desire V.

The Desire C is priced at RM738 which comes with a 600MHz processor, 3.5″ HVGA display, 512MB of RAM, 4GB of storage and a 5MP camera. Meanwhile, the RM1,099 HTC Desire V which was already being offered by U Mobile from RM499 comes with a single core 1GHz processor, a large 4.0″ WVGA display, 512MB of RAM, 4GB of storage and 5MP camera. Both are running on the current Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich OS.

Below is the list of HTC Smart Phone pricing from IMCC.

HTC One X – RM2,099
HTC One X + Solo – RM2,499
HTC One S – RM1,838
HTC Desire V – RM1,099
HTC One V – RM999
HTC Desire C – RM738
HTC Sensation XE – RM1,699
HTC Sensation XE (without beats headset) – RM1,449
HTC Explorer – RM529

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11 Comments for Entry level HTC Desire C with ICS gets priced at RM738


Meanwhile higher spec Samsung Galaxy S+ & W not going to get ICS update, Even latest S Adv still sticked with GB, Samsung care to explain ?


    samsung only cares about their flagship models.
    they wont give a damn to cheaper models.

    Idderes Mh

    hayaa i used samsung tab 8.9 inch also now still honeycomb.. i dont know when will get ICS. feel so sad and bad buy samsung. better i buy asus transformer prime. 🙁 now i dont like samsung.

no need ics

do you really need ics on a budget phone?
I seriously doubt.

Some ppl say their official ics update for Galaxy note has no real value, except worse battery life


    Totally agreed…bro, it's happen to my wife's galaxy note also


    basically its a tactic. they intentionally make your phone worse.
    hoping you will upgrade to their newer models.
    but sorry samsung, i wont be fooled by you.


    Have u all tried factory reset? I read in forums that after updating to ICS, do a factory reset, it solves the battery problem,etc., some say setting airplane mode also can help.. Anyway,needa do some research b4 trying at ur own risk.
    I'm yet to buy a Note =)


this one is competing with galaxy W, with nearly same hardware specs & similar price range..
wont be easy for HTC, as Malaysian market is Samsung biased

In any case ics for lower end phones has no winning advantagres


And people complain about Sony's slow roll out of ICS for their 2011 phones…

Hah! At least you're getting it vs none at all!!! Yay for Sony!


    htc and sony is getting it too. hurray for both of them. 😀