In September at the IFA 2014, HTC has demonstrated smartphone Desire 820-based 64-bit processor Snapdragon 615. The device has received good performance in terms of the mid-market and became the brightest representative of newfangled devices with processors based on 64-bit architecture. Today on the site Weibo, an official announcement of the smartphone HTC Desire 820s, which is almost a complete copy of Desire 820 with one exception: instead of the processor from Qualcomm here used an eight-chip MediaTek MT6752.
The rest of the HTC Desire 820s is no different from Desire 820 – it’s the same 5.5-inch IPS-display with a resolution of 1280×720 pixels, 2 GB of RAM and 16 GB of internal memory, expandable with microSD.HTC Desire 820C has an 8-megapixel front and 13-megapixel main camera. Supports corporate cover Dot View . According to the promotional materials, the device will be available in the same colors as the Desire 820.
In theory, this version of the smartphone should be cheaper than the version on the Qualcomm Snapdragon. Given that in its latest report said the company’s interest in Chinese operators Desire 820, as well as the emergence of information about the new product in the Chinese social network, it can be assumed that this smartphone will be available only in Asian markets. On the other hand, if this version of the show itself successfully, HTC can expand the geography of smartphone sales to all markets where the company is already represented.
A large number of similar smartphones can negatively affect for advanced users to the brand, but a wide range of HTC can help make a more significant amount than $ 6.6 million in the quarter. On the other hand, if the HTC seeks to achieve this, then it should be approached more creatively to the issue than just change the manufacturer of processors in their devices.
Originally smartphone will be available in China. While the exact date of receipt at retail, as well as the value is unknown, but the fact of the appearance of the device information in the official account of specifying all the details alluding to its early appearance in the sale.