Taiwanese smartphone manufacturer HTC has been very much keen to launch mid-range and budgeted handset for its users these days as it has launched yet another price-conscious Desire 510 smartphone. The phone comes with a handful of mediocre specs. It sports a decent plastic design of 4.7” inch-display panel and weighs 158 grams. It can easily play videos and games and makes even internet surfing visually incredible.
Under the hood of Desire 510, we can find a sturdy Qualcomm Snapdragon 410 quad-core processor clocked at 1.2GHz with the addition of 1 GB of RAM and default storage of 8GB which can be integrated with the provision of microSD card slot.
The phone is capable of connecting to the state-of-the-art LTE band. It also features Bluetooth 4.0, 802.11n Wifi, DLNA, HTC Connect, GPS and GLONAS, thus rendering this device a bit of a first for this genre of smartphones. It is powered with Android OS version KitKat 4.4 and Sense 6 UI with support for HTC’s Dot View case.
Desire 510 is loaded with a 5-MP shooting sensor at the back whereas a VGA camera sits at the front. The battery power of this phone is optimized and contains a robust 2,100 mAh battery.
This handset currently comes in two colors namely Terra White and Meridian Grey. HTC has plans to launch this device next month making entry to Europe and Asia, as well as some spots in the United States.
The price tag of this phone hasn’t been disclosed yet, however, it is expected to have a reasonable price as far as its mid-range specs are considered.