HTC launches first Android smartphone with 64bit-soc




The Taiwanese smartphone manufacturer HTC is the first to bring an Android phone with a 64bit-soc on the market. The Desire has 510 for the rest little special specifications, already has the midrange model does have lte.

The Desire 510 has a 1.2GHz clocked quad-core Snapdragon 410-soc on board, securing the unit officially the first Android smartphone with a 64bit-soc is. Earlier this week placed HTC already a teaser online for some the world’s first 64bit octacore-smartphone would be, but either to another phone, which presumably will be announced next week.

510 The Desire comes with Android 4.4; it is unclear whether the 510 upgrade to Android L will receive. Which includes 64bit support: Android 4.4 running smartphone in the 32bit compatibility mode.

Although the iPhone 5S already has a 64bit-soc on board, there were no Android phones with 64bit instruction sets. Apart from the 64bit-soc and LTE support, the 510 less high-end: so is the 4.7 “screen with a resolution of 854×480 pixels little sharp and the device has only 8 gigabytes of storage, although that can be expanded with microSD cards. Moreover, present 1GB of internal memory.

The battery has a capacity of 2100mAh and the rear camera has a resolution of five megapixels.De front camera has a resolution of 640 × 480 pixels. It is not yet clear whether and when the phone comes to the Netherlands and Belgium, and what it will cost there.

HTC Desire 510


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