HTC earlier today has announced the latest addition to its smartphone family in the form of HTC Desire 510. As indicated by its name, the new smartphone is made for the mid-range market.
In such crowded field, every device needs a pulling power. For Desire 510, that would be its LTE connectivity. In fact, HTC claims that the Desire 510 is its most affordable LTE smartphone to date…but without revealing the actual price.
In terms of hardware, the Desire 510 is equipped with a 4.7-inch FWVGA display and runs on a 1.2GHZ Qualcomm Snapdragon 410 quad-core processor. Additionally, HTC has also included 1GB of RAM, 8GB internal storage, and a microSD card slot to supports card with capacity of up to 128GB.
Furthermore, the Desire 510 also features a 5-megapixels rear camera and a VGA front-facing camera. Last but not least, the device which runs on Android 4.4 as standard is also equipped with removable 2100mAh that apparently able to deliver up to 17.17 hours of 3G talk time and 646 hours of 3G standby time according to HTC.
Interestingly, the Desire 510 is also able to support the HTC Dot View case just like the company’s flagship device, the One M8. That being said, the case’s functionalities on the device will be limited to basic features and lower level of customisations since the Desire 510 doesn’t come with smart sensor hub as per One M8.
HTC stated that the Desire 510 will be released in Europe, Asia and US but just like its price tag, no specific date was mentioned as well.
[Source: HTC Official Blog]