HTC Desire 320: Four cores for the smallest family

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HTC has introduced the HTC Desire 320, a new 4.5″ low-end terminal that hit Europe ready to compete against Moto E and Lumia 530.

HTC Desire 320

Although it has now lost some relevance, the low range of HTC always characterized, by, at least, good finishes. It was following the model of the high. As we say, while it is not very remarkable, especially because of the expertise of Nokia, Motorola or bq, which also offer good manufacturing distinctive as good screens. Nevertheless, Taiwanese want to become again a gap, so have launched the HTC Desire 320.

The HTC Desire 320 will probably be the cheapest terminal of Taiwan, replacing the HTC Desire 310. As it could not be otherwise, we will not find the time in the lower range of HTC HD resolution, but strange the HTC Desire 320 remaining at 854 x 480, while other rivals such as the Moto E enjoy qHD. Yes, within what is your price range, power will not go wrong as it comes with quad-core processor, the manufacturer unknown. It will be supported by 512MB RAM, an amount somewhat low but not bad considering it comes with Android 4.4.4 Kit Kat, personalized with Sense 6.

For the rest of specifications, HTC Desire 320 is launched with an internal storage of 4GB, expandable via a microSD card slot. HTC promises 12 hours of conversation, something plausible thanks to its 2100 mAh. As usual at the lowest price step, the camera stays at 5 MP, and the 0.3MP camera on the front. We also found no Boomsound or 4G connectivity, so we will have to go to HTC Desire 620. Its dimensions are finally, 132 x 10.5 x 67.79 mm.

Price and availability is still unknown, but we do know that it will come to Europe and Latin America in contrast to his predecessor, who did not start in Asian lands. We hope, though, that remains at a price of €100, because otherwise have little space in an increasingly crowded market.