HTC Desire 300 is a 4.3-inch touch-bar smartphone. It’s an Android devices that uses TFT capacitive touchscreen for its display with 480 x 800 pixels resolution (WVGA) and has 16M color depth. This 120 grams weighed phone is known also as HTC Zara mini. It’s specially designed for EU, Asia, and China market under GSM networks technology supports up to 3G HSDPA.
The 4.3 inches display with WVGA resolution makes HTC Desire 300 acquires 217 ppi for its pixel density. The Android Operating System installed on Desire 300 is Jelly Bean Android version 4.2.2. Along with the Android JB v4.2.2, the HTC Sense UI 5.0 is installed as the official User Interface on this device. Black and White casing colors are the choices that you can get for the Desire 300.
HTC Desire 300 User Guide: Master Reset, Insert SIM & Memory Card, Open Back Cover – Resume
Removing back cover casing of HTC Desire 300 is something that you must do in order to get an access on the inside of the Desire 300 therefore you can assemble the battery, inserting the SIM card and also (optional) inserting the microSD memory card.
To open the back cover of Desire 300, take a look carefully on the figure above. Follow the same instruction on the image. Hold the HTC Desire 300 with your one hand and make the touchscreen facing up, then with your other hand (right hand), press the cover on the back cover (pictured) with your thumb until the cover partly detached. Then continue to detach the cover from the phone until it finally removed from the body of the Desire 300.
If you have done what you need to do after opening the back cover, just align the back cover with the Desire 300 body, make sure the camera hole fit with the 5MP rear camera, then from top to down, press the cover until it clicks.
The SIM slot and microSD memory slot locate on the left of rear camera. If you see on the figure above, bot slot seems to be formed a kind of “L” letter. The SIM slot as vertically and the Memory slot horizontally. To Insert the micro SIM to SIM slot, just sled and push the SIM card with gold-metal facing down and cut-edge-off facing in until you hear a click sound. If you want to remove it, just push the card against the slot until it unlocks then you can draw it out.
You can do the same for the microSD memory card. Make sure the microSD metal-connector facing downwards, and aligns the mouth of the memory with its slot then slide and push it until it reach the end of the slot. The memory card is not fully drawn to the slot, it’s normal. This is because if you want to remove the memory card from its slot, you just need to slide it out. Remember to unmount the SD card before you remove it.
All these tutorial can be read on the User Guide (Manual) of HTC Desire 300 from page 8 to page 11. We also added a tutorial to assemble and remove battery on “PDF Download” tab section along with Keys Parts of the Desire 300.
Remove Battery > Reinsert battery > Press and hold Volume Down; then Press and hold Power button > 3 Android images appears, release all the buttons > Choose FACTORY RESET with Volume Down > Press Power button to confirm.
That the tutorial how you can do Hard Reset / Master Reset on HTC Desire 300.
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HTC Desire 300 Specifications
Working together with Android Jelly Bean OS on HTC Desire 300 is the dual-core 1GHz Cortex-A5 processor along with Qualcomm MSM8225 Snapdragon S4 Play chipset and Adreno 203 for the GPU. There are 512MB RAM and also 4GB internal memory. Speaking of these hardware, you’ll notice that the Desire 300 is marketed as a middle-range smartphone on the matter of the specs and its price.
As a smartphone designed for GSM networks, HTC Desire 300 is divided into two version for its 3G/3.5G UMTS/HSDPA. For the 2G GSM, the Desire 300 uses frequencies 850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900 MHz, and for 3G it uses 900 / 2100 MHz (for EU, Asia, and China), and 850 / 2100 MHz for Asia. If you want high speed internet connection better that 3G, which means you need a 4G LTE network for your device, the HTC Desire 300 doesn’t support 4G. Go for something else than this device.
The Sensors installed on HTC Desire 300 are the sensors that usually embedded along with touch-bar smartphone. They are Accelerometer sensor, Proximity sensor, and Ambient Light sensor. Three sensors that responsible for Auto-rotate screen, Auto-turn off/on screen while calling, and Auto adjust the screen brightness. Desire 300 has external memory slot that can be used with microSD card up to 64GB.
HTC Desire 300 is attached with dual-camera: 5 Megapixel autofocus on the rear, and front-facing camera uses VGA camera. The 5MP rear camera has F2.8 aperture and 34mm lens (wide angle). You can use 5MP camera for video recording (WVGA@30fps). It has geo-tagging, touch-focus, and face detection features.
For the connectivity, The Desire 300 has Bluetooth v4.0 with aptX enabled, Wi-Fi WLAN IEEE 802.11 b/g/n, can be used as Wi-Fi Hotspot, and also USB with microUSB v2.0. The device has 121.78 mm x 66.23mm x 10.12 mm dimension size (body) with 120 grams weight. You can use the Desire 300 for talktime usage up to 11 hours under 3G Network. It’s installed with removable battery at 1650mAh capacity. It’s Lithium Polymer battery.
Table of Contents of HTC Desire 300 User Guide
Setting up your phone
First week with new phone
Camera and Gallery
Search and web browser
Sync, backup, and reset
Travel and maps
Google Play and other apps
Settings and security
Trademarks and copyrights
HTC Desire 300 User Guide: Keys Parts Layout and PDF Download
By reading the User Guide you can learn a lot of things relating with the abilities and capabilities of HTC Desire 300. From how you can use the HTC BlinkFeed, how to connect the Wi-Fi, set the alarm clock, pair the bluetooth, make a call, type an SMS and many more. You can also learn the basic tutorial such as the picture that we gave you below: Tutorial to assemble and remove battery.
But in case you wanna learn what the physical keys and parts of the Desire 300, such as where is the headset jack, the USB connector jack, the volume button, earpiece, home key, back key and many more, you can learn at page 7 and page 8 of the UG/UM of Desire 300, or just take a look at the figure above.