HTC has revived the long-dormant Desire brand with a just-unveiled smartphone, as it bids to remind consumers that Samsung wasn't always the go-to brand for Android.
Showcased at a pre-IFA press call in Berlin, the Desire X teams Beats Audio technology with a four-inch super LCD WVGA screen and a dual-core 1GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 processor.
Rocking a design that owes more than a little to HTC’s One range of handsets, the Desire X also houses a five-megapixel camera with the VideoPic function that captures video and stills simultaneously, the latest Jelly Bean iteration of Android and a social networking focus.
Phones4U has already confirmed it is ranging the Desire X ‘soon’. Punters will be able to pick up the handset, bundled with free Beats by Dre headphones, from £26 per month from the retail giant. Deals that don’t include complimentary headphones start at £20 per month.
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