HTC has just launched a new entry-level Android smartphone in Taiwan, the HTC Desire 650. The device looks like your typical HTC Desire range of smartphones, featuring plastic finish and rounded design, as well as coloured trims for a stylish look.
What sets the Desire 650 apart from other Desire smartphones is that it now has a new design at the back – the top half has a smooth finish, while the bottom half has a rough finished that gives you a better grip of the smartphone.
On the front, it has a 5” 720p display, and HTC’s signature BoomSound audio and supports Hi-Res HD music. On the inside, the HTC Desire 650 has an unspecified quad-core Snapdragon processor paired with 2GB of RAM and 16GB of expandable storage that supports microSD cards of up to 2TB.
Camera wise, there is a 13MP f/2.2 camera at the back, and a 5MP selfie camera on the front. Both cameras can capture 1080p videos, and supports HDR. Other specs include 2200mAh battery, NFC, LTE, and runs on Android 6.0 with HTC Sense UX out of the box.
The HTC Desire 650 is now listed on HTC Taiwan’s website. Sadly, the company did not mention anything about the pricing and availability of the device. Check out HTC now to find out more about its brand new entry-level smartphone.