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HTC Explorer A310e Unlocked GSM Phone with Android 2.3 OS, 3.2MP Camera, GPS and

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Product Features

  • Size (LWH): 2.24 inches, 0.51 inches, 4.06 inches
  • Weight: 3.84 ounces
  • Minimum Rated Talk Time: 7.6 hours
  • Minimum Rated Standby Time: 485 hours
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Customer Rating 3 out of 5 stars (59) 4 out of 5 stars (1801) 3 out of 5 stars (167) 3 out of 5 stars (98)
Price $79.99 $66.95 $94.99 $129.95
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Sold By FGS Trading Detroit Packing Co. LGeOO Electronics Real Deal Distributor
Display Size 3.2 inches 4 inches 4.7 inches 4.3 inches
Operating System Android 2.3 OS Microsoft Windows Phone 8, upgradeable to v8.1 Android OS, v4.4.2 (KitKat) Android OS, v2.2
Camera Description 3.2MP Camera 5 MP, 25921936 pixels, autofocus Primary Camera: 8 MP, 3264 x 2448 pixels, autofocus, LED flash|Secondary Camera: 1.3 MP, 720p 8 MP, 3264 x 2448 pixels, autofocus, dual-LED flash
Battery Life 7.6 Hours 14.08 Hours Information not provided 6 Hours
Item Weight 0.24 pounds 0.27 pounds 0.25 pounds 0.99 pounds
Product Site Launch Date Thu Nov 10 17:15:03 UTC 2011 Mon Apr 29 16:48:56 UTC 2013 Tue Jul 15 07:00:01 UTC 2014 Thu Nov 03 00:44:33 UTC 2011
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Product Description

Explore various applications with the HTC Explorer touchscreen mobile, which runs on the Android (2.3) operating system. Improve your browsing experience with the installed HTML, flash browser of this HTC smartphone. Capture decent quality pictures using the built-in 3 MP, Auto focus, and Face detection features of this touchscreen mobile. Get high-speed Internet with the 802.11b/g/n Wi-Fi connectivity of the HTC Explorer. What's more, you can conveniently exchange data to-and-fro with the Bluetooth-enabled HTC smartphone. Find routes and directions while on the move, using the A-GPS feature of the HTC Explorer phone.

Product Information

Product Dimensions 2.2 x 0.5 x 4.1 inches
Item Weight 3.8 ounces
Shipping Weight 9.1 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
ASIN B005JC48OS
Item model number 99HNZ004-00
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3.3 out of 5 stars 59 customer reviews

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This little phone is a marvel. It has most of the bells and whistles much more expensive phones have but for fraction of their price. Also, it has the latest Sense 3.5 layered over Android 2.3.5. User interface is therefore first class. You will learn how to use it in no time.

There's a lot of applications built in: web browser, navigation, social networking, Google search, address book with deep integration with all your contacts across various media, audio and video players and recorders, Android market, calendar and organizer, e-mail clients, etc.

Connectivity is brilliant: Bluetooth 3.0, GPS, several modes for connecting to your PC, Wi-Fi, micro USB. GSM connectivity covers most bands: quad-band 2G and dual-band 3G. Also, the phone is fully unlocked, unbranded, SIM-free; you can check the software information to prove that (software revision/build number is *.401.*).

Build quality is surprisingly good for this price range, mixture of aluminum and rubberized body give a sense of holding much more expensive device in your hand. Battery life could definitely be better, but it's not a deal-breaker.

The response is snappy, considering the hardware inside. Screen is very good and clear, and covers almost whole front face of the phone. Camera is of modest quality. Audio quality is good. Video playback is limited, but this is not what this phone is really made for. Memory is big enough for several additional applications/gadgets and there's a microSD slot if you need more space.

To summarize - there are definitely better phones out there. But not for this price. All in all, this was one of my best investments ever (and I have much more expensive phones to compare it with). Highly recommended.
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There are two main problems with this phone. If you're going to be using data in the U.S., I couldn't ever find a way to get 3G working, so your fastest speed will be Edge. But the other problem is even worse - there's only 130MB of internal storage, which fills up so incredibly fast, even if all of your apps are on your SD card. It's awful, and it's constantly telling me I don't have enough memory. I keep clearing my cache and it doesn't help. Probably won't be long until Android starts crashing due to the lack of internal memory. Apart from that, it works well and is a reliable phone.
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I bought this phone on a whim with minimal research. I was umming and aaagghing about getting an iphone but kept balking at the cost especially as I had an ipod already which I use constantly for listening to podcasts, wi-fi at home and the office, and reading books. So what did I need in a phone I finally asked myself? Phone, email and internet. Occasionally a camera and the option of reading a book if I am without my ipod. The Explorer jumped out of me in the first shop I went into after I had decided not to go down the iphone path at present. I liked the look of it including its robust rubber casing, the size and most of all the price. So just like that I bought it, and within a day of using it and realising just how much it did, I was hooked. Its easy to use even for an android beginner like me. No, its not an iphone 4S or a Samsung Galaxy but it is proof that for under $200 (and what did that buy you in the phone department five years ago? Not much) you can join the world of smart phones and embrace all the mobile technology that the everyman/woman needs. On the basis of having owned this phone for less than a week, but having operated it in two countries, I could not be happier with my spontaneous purchase and count myself as a new fan of HTC phones.

27 February. Have now had the phone about a month. Still enjoying it but it does have some issues - for example it can sometimes take a long time to 'load' which can be annoying if you need to make a phone call in a hurry. I have even had the situation where the phone was ringing but the usual swiping process to answer the phone just didn't work! Music player is nothing to write home about and no challenge to your everyday ipod. So, with that I am revising my rate down from 5 stars to 4.
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By Sesa on September 25, 2012
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I got my new phone about a month ago, didn't rush in to review the item until a decent amount of time had passed. The price is very accomodating I will start by saying that, I like small phones, and I like smart phones, couldn't put it any other way. The reason I approached this device was because I wanted to move up from my Samsung Galaxy Mini. With this said, I clear out the fact that this is not my first experience with an android phone, and surely some comparisons will be made in this comment.

The size is very comfortable, at least for me, it fits in my hand the screen is ok, and if I can't read something, I can just easily customize it, zoom, and get it bigger. I'm not the most tech savy person but I know my decent share of phones, the principle is this, if you buy it you should be able to use it, to do the basics......make calls, receive texts, and use the internet.

The android market has alot of good apps for this phone, no complaints there. Colors are very good, more than you'd expect, camera....meh, didn't buy this for the camera, but it works in daylight. Its a plus to be able to put live wall papers on my backround, my old phone dind't have this.

I was afraid I wouldn't be able to sync this new phone because it wasn't samsung with my galaxy tab, but since they both run on android systems, I am able to use it just the same, and sync my contacts my calendar and all with it.

I preffer this phone in so many different ways, size, more modern, and faster internet app than the old one I had, but.....And this is very important. It's not dummy proof.

What do I mean, by saying this. When your internal memory is full, there is absolutely no way you will be able to use your phone.
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