The HTC Desire 310 Launches in China
The HTC Desire 310 makes its way into China! The HTC Desire goes back a long time. While not one of the very best handsets in the world, the original Desire launched back in 2010 and help solidify HTC as the Android manufacturer to watch. Since the devices introduction however the amount of Desires has skyrocketed and continues to grow. Earlier this year HTC stated the company would be applying a bit more attention to the mid-range or lower end of the market as their focus on flagships including the One have not necessarily paid off. Enter, the Desires!
For the last few months of last year, continuing onto this year HTC Desire device have been popping up left and right. Just last year we saw the Desire 500, 709d, 601, 400, 610 and the 816 and a handful of others. A new Desire however has just been confirmed. The last we heard from the Desire 310 it was leaking itself into the wild European headlines as it was published if only for a short time on the company’s own website. A few months later and here we are the Desire 310 is official. The official design of the launched device is slightly different than the one pictured back in January and is headed to China and not Europe. The device still uses a 4.5 inch 480×854 touch screen display that gives its users easy control over Android version 4.2.2. Internally the 310 will get its go from a highly capable 1.3 GHz quad core processor, 512 MB of RAM, 4 GB of internal storage, expandable micro SD memory options and dual-SIM card functionality. Additionally the handset will come equipped with Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, GPS and an all day 2000 mAh battery. While the 310 makes its way into China it is unknown if the device will actually launch in Europe, but at this point only time will tell.
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