The HTC Desire 600 has an amazing and stylish design with the Dual Sim functionality just acts like a cherry on the cake. But the Dual Sim functionality is not just for namesake, like we see with other Dual Sim Handsets.
So here are the battery test results of the HTC Desire 600, at first look the battery doesn’t seem to be impressive, as it is only a 1860 mAh battery. But the HTC Sense 5 UI makes more impact. So to make sure the power needs of the phone, the company fitted a Snapdragon 200 chip, combined with a Quad Core Cortex A-5 processor, and also to note that the Dual Sim functionality also uses more power.
Starting with the number the HTC Desire 600 Dual Sim managed to retain just 12 hours with only one SIM doing the calls, while the other SIM being on the standby mode. Which we think is a decent score for a Dual SIM phone.
Web Browsing on the Desire 600 weren’t as good as the Talk Time results.It stands on 6 hours and 34 minutes, which is a medicore score only. So going by the equation, the Snapdragon 200 and 4.5 inch LCD Screen is not a perfect combo in this scenario.
Talking of the Video Playback, the results are good. As evident from the low screen resolution also. The Adreno 203 GPU inside managed to get going about 6 hours and 50 minutes. So it is definitely not a bad score, but not the best even.
So in the end we would conclude that the HTC Desire 600 showed a pretty good battery performance when looked at general. The Snapdragon 200 performs really well under load, also at standy modes. It got an endurance rating of 53h. Also to note if you do not do much of the Internet Browsing or Video Playback, the battery is not going anywhere for the complete day.