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HTC has been patronizing their One handset to the great extent and already HTC One Max has made it to the leaks and rumors. Not only that but One can be found in multiple variants like Mini HTC One and Dual SIM HTC One. However, keeping the Max variant on a background, HTC has recently put another device called HTC Desire 600C on their official Website. This could be a substitute player from the company until the they out their Max One.
Lets have a look at the specs of the new HTC Desire 600C dual SIM:
HTC Desire 600c dual SIM comes packed with a 4.5-inch multi-touch screen with a qHD resolution. The device is evidently powered by a popular Qualcomm Snapdragon quad-core processor clocked to 1.2GHz coupled with a 1GB RAM. The 600c runs on Android Jelly Bean but the version is not mentioned on the site. However, Jelly Bean 4.1 OS is sure to come with the toppings of the HTC's very own Sense UI and BlinkFeed.
Talking about camera, the Desire 600C Dual SIM comes with an 8MP rear camera along with Autofocus and LED flash while on the front, one can also find a 1.6MP snapper.
On the storage section, the device houses 8GB internal storage capacity that can be expanded up to 64GB via microSD card.
Connectivity option in the device include, 3.5G, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, NFC, DLNA, GPS. Moreover, the handset is pretty much like the earlier flagship Desire 600 as both come with the dual SIM capability. However, the only difference is that the latest 600C comes with a GSM and CDMA SIM support while the initial Desire 600 came with GSM and GSM.
Eventually, the smartphone the weighs 127g will be powered by a 1860 mAh battery.
Unfortunately, the site doesn't mention the date of availability and the price of the handset remains to be a mystery so far. However, this could possibly mesmerize the HTC fans until the HTC One Max gets launched in the coming days.