HTC has showcased its first new smartphone of 2015, in the form of a budget blower addition to the Desire range.
Dubbed the Desire 320, the handset’s spec sheet takes in Android 4.4 out of the box with HTC’s Sense customisations over the top and a quad-core 1.3 Ghz processor for multi-tasking.
It’s also home to a 4.5-inch FWVGA screen, micro-SD card support and a five-megapixel camera with HTC’s Video Highlights app for those moments when you fancy yourself as a movie auteur.
In keeping with other HTC efforts, you also get the Blinkfeed service, which serves up live social media and news updates to your homescreen in a way that’s not a million miles from Windows Phone’s live tiles.
“Marrying super-fast processing with premium HTC features in a compact form, the HTC Desire 320 delivers a quality experience for the budget conscious well beyond its entry-level model status.” said Peter Frølund, HTC’s UK and Nordics General Manager.
Pricing has yet to be announced. But if the Desire 310 is anything to go by, expect to pick it up for about £150 SIM free.
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