As if HTC doesn’t already have a spectacular smartphone line-up, there might be one more in the works that’s due for a release soon. According to VR-Zone China, there’s the HTC Desire 620 in the works and by the sounds of it, it’s not that far away from hitting the markets.
The source indicated that some documents containing information about the new smartphone was retrieved from the NCC (the Taiwanese equivalent of the FCC in the US).
And there’s a catch – there’s not one, but two versions of the handset certified by the independent agency – the second version might be dubbed Desire 620u, while the former will be Desire 620h.
Both smartphones are said to be the successors to the HTC Desire 610 (going purely by its name). The only difference between the units is that the Desire 620h will support 3G (HSPA), while the Desire 620u might come out of the box with 4G LTE support.
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Besides network capabilities, the only other information that leaked is that both the units will have dual-SIM capabilities built-in. No news of its camera, insides or looks, sorry folks – that’s literally all that got out.
GSM Dome predicts the units to have at least a 4.7in or 5in display with qHD or perhaps HD resolution, an 8MP back snapper, 8GB of storage, quad core Snapdragon 400 clocked at 1.2 GHz or higher, 1GB of RAM, as well as an OS of Android 4.4 KitKat.
It’s also unknown if the devices will make it out globally or will be restricted to just a few select Asian markets, just like a handful of other Desire-numbered units released before. We’re anticipating more information about the device before it arrives.