HTC Announces Desire X
HTC today announced the Desire X, a compact mid-range model that includes many of the features seen on HTC's One Series devices. The Desire X includes a 4-inch WVGA (480 x 800 pixels) Super LCD display and is powered by a dual-core 1GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 processor. The Desire X runs Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich and the latest version of Sense. It includes a 5-megapixel camera with autofocus, flash, and video capture. The camera makes use of HTC's Image Chip; has back-side illumination and an f/2.0 lens for better low-light performance; and offers continuous shooting and near-instant focusing. It offers 4GB of internal storage, but supports microSD cards and includes 25GB of DropBox storage. It also packs in Beats Audio for improved sound performance. The Desire X is headed to European and Asian markets in September. HTC hasn't specified if the Desire X will be sold in the U.S.
Hands On with the HTC Desire EYE
HTC today announced the Desire EYE. Staring you in the face is a giant 13-megapixel selfie camera, but the phone is interesting for a few other reasons.
Hands On with HTC's Desire Series 2016
HTC’s Desire series has been updated for 2016 with three new models. Smartly, HTC has designed just two bodies based on screen size, but is offering that smaller style with both entry-level and mid-range guts.
Hands On with the HTC Desire 626S and 520/526
HTC today announced several new additions to its Desire line of mid-range Android handsets. These devices tout style and affordability with a middling set of specs.
Review: HTC Desire 626 for AT&T
This mid-range handset from HTC borrows from the company's high-end designs and repackages them in a more affordable piece of hardware. With Android and Sense aboard, owners have plenty of options to make the Desire 626 their own.
Certainly an interesting design.
What's funny is
One series per year?