Earlier this month, we did mention about how the HTC Desire 816 would arrive in more colors than we originally thought it would, and here we are with word on how the HTC Desire 816 might actually perform in China when it is released in the world’s most populous country. Show More Summary
The Moto X morphs again. This time it has nine new colors to create up to 40 combinations of colleges, just in time for March Madness. Samsung's Galaxy S5 gets a close-up on video and HTC makes good on its promise of mid-range phone...
The HTC Desire 310 was just announced earlier this morning, and while we did not know about the smartphone’s availability in other parts of the world other than having it released in Taiwan later thi April, here we are with word that...Show More Summary
HTC took the wraps off of its first Mediatek-powered smartphone, and a new leak of the new HTC One shows off the handset’s dual rear cameras.
When the Desire 310 popped up on HTC's Chinese site a few days ago, we wrote it off as a regional product with no international aspirations. Well, we were mistaken, and though there's no word on the low-end handset coming to the US, it's most...
It seems that prior to the announcement of the All New HTC One, HTC has unveiled a couple of new handsets, like the mid-ranged HTC Desire 610, and now the company has recently announced the HTC Desire 310, a handset which HTC believes will offer up users “maximum value”, indicating that we’re most probably looking at a low-mid ranged handset here. Show More Summary
Traditional three button set up is back again HTC has today pulled the wraps off its latest entry-level offering, the Desire 310. And, immediately noticeable over its predecessor, the Desire 300, is that the traditional three button arrangement is back in business. Show More Summary
HTC has announced a new entry-level handset in the form of the HTC Desire 310, a device with a 4.5-inch display that runs Android 4.2. It might not have the spec list of a flagship handset, and that 4.5-inch display does only offer an FWVGA (854 x 480 pixels) resolution, but the Desire 310 includes some of the features found... This story continues at TheNextWeb.com
Well known Twitter leakster @evleaks has shed more light on the HTC Desire 610, where this particular handset is about to make its way to AT&T, one of the big four mobile carriers over in the U.S. Just what is the HTC Desire 610 allShow More Summary
HTC has listed the new HTC Desire 310w on its Chinese website. Powered by a 1.3GHz quad-core MediaTek MT6582M processor, the handset packs a 4.5-inch 854 x 480 IPS touchscreen display, a 512MB RAM, a 4GB of internal storage, a microSD card slot (up to 32GB), dual SIM card slots, dual cameras (0.3MP front & […]
It was not too long ago at the recently concluded Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain, that the folks over at HTC first announced their brand new HTC Desire 816. This particular handset was shown off in half a dozen colors, where one can choose from the likes of white, gray, black, red, indigo (or dark blue if you will), and green. Show More Summary
HTC has showcased their latest quad-core Android smartphone ‘Desire 610? at this year’s Mobile World Congress (MWC 2014). The handset sports a 4.7-inch 960 x 540 touchscreen display, a 1.2GHz quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 400 processor, a 1GB RAM, an 8GB of internal storage, a microSD card slot, dual cameras (1.3MP front & 8MP rear), GPS, […]
High-end phones? Who needs 'em?
HTC's first new mid-range phone of 2014 is a phablet, with a design that echoes the HTC One. The Desire 816 is almost as big as the One max in size (but not quite) yet thin and light, with a relatively premium design, 13-megapixel camera, and BoomSound speakers, for a low price. We check out the hardware in this hands-on.
With no flagship follow-up to the HTC One expected until March 25, HTC introduced its first new Desire handset for the mid-range market. It launches next month in China but HTC hasn't announced the price yet.
It was initially believed that HTC would unveil its much awaited M8 smartphone, the HTC One successor, at Mobile World Congress 2014. However last week the company confirmed that M8 would be unveiled at a separate event next month, so it doesn’t have much to show at MWC apart from what can be considered its 2014 flagship mid-range smartphone. Show More Summary
HTC seems to understand that it needs to do something to get its products into more hands. That's the sentiment that exec Jason MacKenzie expressed to us today after the company's Desire press event. Said MacKenzie, "you can expect to see more...
HTC announced the Desire 816 at Mobile World Congress today. Here are some first impressions based on a quick look at the new phone.
The first in a 'new breed' of beautifully designed phones, with powerful performance and a low cost We all want a phone that will blow the barn doors off when it comes to doing the things we love to do with our Androids. We want a phone that plays games well, surfs the web with ease, delivers quality video playback and has great stereo sound. Show More Summary
The best is getting better next month HTC just threw a little shindig here at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, and while we didn't hear about the supposed M8, we kind of did. The event launched the new Desire 816 mid-range smartphone but excitement was directed elsewhere. Show More Summary