HTC Desire brings 310 with almost stock Android in April for 169 euros




HTC has announced a new budget smartphone in the Desire series for the Dutch market. The Desire 310 features a 4.5 “screen with a resolution of 854×480 pixels and an unspecified quad-soc. The model is 169 euros.

What design is concerned, this Desire 310 on the HTC Desire 300 which released last year. Although HTC hardly gives details on the quad of Desire 310, is in any case a model with a clock speed of 1.3 GHz, which for example is a MediaTek MT6582M, or Qualcomm Snapdragon 200 or 400. There are 1GB of RAM and 4GB of storage memory, which is expandable via micro SD card slot. The 4.5 “screen displays the FWVGA resolution of 854×480 pixels and the camera has a capacity of 5 mega pixel with a simple VGA camera on the front.

There is no support for 4G, but for 3g, involving HSDPA maximum speed of 21Mbit / s. The battery has a capacity of 2000mAh. Furthermore, there is support for Bluetooth 4.0, WiFi-n, and GPS and GLONASS.

The Desire 310 is the first phone in years that the manufacturer releases Netherlands without their own skin Sense, instead HTC stock Android installed on the device and some apps from Sense added, but the interface and icons of Desire 310 that from stock Android. The Android version is 4.2 Jelly Bean. Contrary to earlier reports, it is not a dual-SIM model. With the price of 169 euros the unit will include competition with the G Moto Motorola. The Desire 310 is available. Since April 10

Update 15:08: HTC Desire 310 confirms that the “vanilla Android” running. “The Desire 310 has only the main features of Sense, namely Blink Feed homescreen and Video Highlights,” said spokeswoman Chantal Schepers behalf of HTC. “We call it Sense 5.1, but it does not contain further interface and icons of HTC Sense.”

HTC Desire 310


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