The CEO of HTC said he would resign if the HTC One falls short of the market’s expectation. Now after the debut of it flagship phone in 2013, the HTC has just launched two more budget models for users who are upgrading their smartphones to Android. As we said on the title, the hardware specification of the HTC Desire P and Q is not appealing. Desire P has a 4.3 inch WVGA (800 x 480) screen, running on 1GHz Qualcomm MSM8225 Dual Core processor and surprisingly 8 mega pixel camera, it has a 768MB HTC exclusive RAM and 4Gb storage. The Desire P has 1620 mAh battery and is powered with the Android 4.0.4 and Sense 4.1 User interface, we don’t know yet whether it is Android 5.0 and Sense 5 capable yet. It has built-in beats audio sound system. The colour option is also shown in above images – pearl white and red.
The HTC Desire Q, however, has a lower specification compared to the Desire P. The Q has a 4-inch screen and built-in Beats audio tech. It looks like the Desire U but it is just new and the design of HTC product seems to have follow the line of HTC One. The price for the phone is approximately $235 in Taiwan with 3 colour options – Red, White and Black. From the Chinese description and slogan for the Q, it is more like a music player phone because they have put much attention to its audio partner – beats audio. We don’t have much info yet because these are preliminary promotional images that we’ve got but we’ll surely get back to you when we have more detailed specification on the two devices.
Source: mydrivers, ndtv gadgets
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