HTC released a range of devices wearing the Desire badge but with aÂ mix of low and mid-range devices. These devices include smartphones such as the Desire C, a follow-up to the HTC Wildfire and Wildfire S, and a number of numbered Desire handsets a little later and from 2012. Today theÂ HTC Desire 830 has been made official by the company.
Taiwan’s HTC has officially announced the new Desire 830, althoughÂ most of the details had been revealed a week early. The fully plastic-made devices packs in a respectably sharp 5.5-inch Full HD (1920 x 1080) display powered by aÂ fairly decent 2,800 mAh battery. HTC packed in a 13MP rear shooter and 4 UltraPixel camera on the front.
Size wise you are looking at 157.5mm x 78.9mm with a thickness of 7.79mm with a weight of 156 grams. The MediaTek l 1.5GHz octa-core Â Helio X10 processor delivera decent raw speed, with 3GB RAM for the multitaskers on a budget. For the storage junkies you will find 32GB of internal storage with an expandable micro SD slot for digital hoarders.
The HTC Desire 830 runs on Android 6.0 Marshmallow out of the box, meaning it should do pretty well with battery life and bring the bells and whistles we are all wanting. Fans of HTC wil find the usual HTC sense UI overlay, but it looks like it has been pulled back quite a bit like the HTC 10 and A9 offered. Â Price wise, you will be able to purchase the Desire 830 for $310 USD.
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