HTC Bass has rumoured or say almost confirmed presence of a 1.5 GHz Scorpion Processor along with its Adreno 205 GPU and a Qualcomm MSM8255 chipset. It has a 4.7 inch screen display which is a LCD capacitive touch screen. It has pre loaded features like gyroscope sensor, HTC Sense UI 3.5; etc and other most common features like an accelerometer sensor for UI auto rotate and are embedded with touch sensitive controls. There is a proximity sensor enabled for power saving auto turn off option. Motorola Pro plus has a good quality screen display with better resolutions and also a powerful processor to its account.
When it comes to the camera attached to the Motorola Pro Plus, it's a 5 mega pixel with a resolution of 2560 X 1920 pixels. It has integrated features like a digital zoom with auto focus and a LED flash too. HTC Bass meanwhile features an 8 mega pixel with a pixel resolution of 3264 X 2448 pixels. It also features similar features like auto focus, LED flash, geo tagging making it a very efficient image capturing device. A secondary camera is also provided for enabling video calls from the handset. Both the handsets are highly efficient and in performance, superior. The handsets which are 3G enabled bring the maximum advantage of 3G to the users without losing its essence. The features include improved connectivity to networks with its updated WiFi devices and also quick and easy data transfer with its Bluetooth and USB utilities makes them the handiest devices for all purpose usage.
Power management is another key feature of both the handsets. Unlike many similar category handsets, new Pro Plus and HTC Bass is presented with a battery that claims to give the unit increased talk time and stand by time hours and also a long battery life.
The price in India for HTC Bass is not known yet while Pro Plus in India has price in India around RS 15,000.