Posts tagged with: Desire 600
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    Going back a little over a month by now, we've been fielding rumors of the HTC Zara, a smartphone first revealed to us by means of some specs and that codename, and later showing up in renders. Zara's always been a bit of a tough nut to crack, and we've scratched our heads at some length trying to work out how the phone might finally arrive, and where precisely it would fit into HTC's existing lineup. Our feeling was that the hardware as described felt more powerful than a Desire 600 – the top of the Desire food chain – yet a bit less capable than a phone like the One Mini. If a new ...

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    Every time I sit down to write about HTC, and the latest misstep the company's taking, I feel compelled to point out my generally positive feelings for the manufacturer – ever since the HTC Dream, I've associated the brand with platform-leading Android hardware. Of course, HTC sure seems to have put out a concerted effort in the years that followed to sully that image, but the last year or so has been building up to a period of contrition for the company; it really seemed to get the message behind why users weren't sticking around, and had me believing that it was willing to change. So ...

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    We've recently heard rumors of HTC switching to numbers for its phone models and nothing could come as a direct confirmation but an official device unveiling today, as HTC announces Desire 600. The Taiwanese phone-maker has officially put the HTC Desire 600 in the spotlight for Russia, Ukraine, and the EMEA region. This might be a mid-ranger but it is a potent one. It features a 4.5-inch qHD display and it is powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 200 quad-core processor, clocked at 1.2GHz. In addition, there's 1GB of RAM, 8GB of internal storage (expandable via microSD card slot, finally), ...

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    HTC's 2013 Androids have thus far been generally higher-end devices. Sure, the First is no One, but specs like that 4.3-inch 720p screen make it clear that this is no bargain-basement model. We all knew that trend couldn't last forever, and sure enough, we're now getting a look at some lesser Androids to help fill out HTC's handset lineup, upon the discovery of evidence pointing to both the Desire 200 and Desire 600. The first thing you should notice is the naming: gone are the days of the Desire C and Desire V, replaced with a system reminiscent of Nokia, or even Qualcomm and its SoC ...

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