If high-end Android devices that costs an arm or two isn’t your cup of tea, check out the new HTC Desire P and Desire Q that just made their way to the World Wide Web not too long ago.
First up, the HTC Desire P comes with a 4.3” WVGA display, powered by a 1GHz dual-core processor with 1GB of RAM on board. Sporting a 8MP camera at the back, it comes with a microSD card slot to expand the internal storage space of unknown space, I’m guessing 4GB since it’s pretty much the norm for mid-range devices. As for the Desire Q, it sports the same specs as the Desire P except in a smaller frame of 4”; just a tiny bit smaller than the big brother. To be available in China only, the Desire Q will come in black, white or red color options with a retail price of USD$235, while the Desire P will be available in white and red at USD$365.
While these images may look like they are official and fresh out of HTC’s oven, the company has yet to come out and confirm their existence. From the pictures, they do look pretty slick and it could be because of the red color, but they remind me of the HTC Butterfly a lot.