HTC is soon going to launch a new dual-SIM Android smartphone in the Indian market. Dubbed as HTC Desire 600C, the smartphone is appeared and listed at company’s India website with coming soon notifications indicating that the arrival of the device is not very far now.
If we talk about the specifications then as per the official listing, the HTC Desire 600C is very much similar to earlier launched HTC Desire 600. The only difference is that the latest 600C comes with a GSM and CDMA SIM support while the initial Desire 600 came with GSM and GSM.
It boasts 4.5-inch multi-touch screen with a qHD resolution, and is powered by 1.2GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon quad-core processor coupled with 1GB of RAM.
Although the company has not mentioned the Android version on-board, the phone is highly expected to run on Android 4.1 Jelly Bean OS with the toppings of the HTC’s very own Sense UI and BlinkFeed.
Among the other features, it has dual-SIM support, 8MP rear camera along with Autofocus and LED flash, and there is a 1.6MP camera in the front as well. Powered by 1,860 mAh battery, the smartphone packs 8GB of internal memory on-board that can be expanded up to 32GB via microSD card. Connectivity option in the device include, 3.5G, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, NFC, DLNA, and GPS.
- HTC Desire 500 launched for Europe, availability from August
- HTC Desire 600 with 4.5-inch display, Android 4.1 announced in India for Rs.26990
- HTC Desire 500 with Android 4.2 and Quad-core CPU launched in Taiwan
- HTC Desire 600 Dual with Android 4.1, Quad-core CPU and new Sense UI announced
- HTC Desire 600 details spotted online, soon to be launched
- HTC launches Desire L in Taiwan, features 1GHz CPU and Android Jelly Bean
- HTC introduces Desire Q in Taiwan, features 1GHz CPU and 512MB RAM