HTC is apparently adding a new mid-end smartphone to its product line in the form of the Desire 620G, MakTech Blog reported.
The news comes from Zauba - a website used to track cargo shipments into India. The listing is question describes a 5-inch smartphone, bearing model number Desire 620G.
According to MakTech Blog, HTC has started importing the device into India in a number of batches. In fact, a few dummy units were shipped into India on November 12. Zauba lists the phone's value at Rs. 8,053. So, on the basis of the device's value, it should be a mid-end handset with average specifications.
Little is known about the forthcoming Desire 620G, barring its 5-inch display and dual-SIM support nature. However, earlier this month, the NCC (Taiwan's FCC equivalent) had reportedly approved two variants of the Desire 620 handset, namely Desire 620h and Desire 620u.
Going by several leaks and reports, the Desire 620 appears to be a legitimate successor to the Desire 610, when went on sale earlier this year. Reportedly, the HTC Desire 620 will be launched in China, followed by India and other potential markets.
Of lately, HTC is doing really well when it comes to offering great quality mid-end handsets. The company previously launched the mid-end Desire 816 and 816G, as well as the as well as the Desire 820 and Desire 820Q.
We'll keep you posted on the HTC Desire 620G when more information becomes available.
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