HTC Desire A50C Specs Leaked Ahead of Official Release

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    The next HTC Desire series smartphone specifications has been leaked online ahead of its official announcement and will be launched in China pretty soon.

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    HTC A50C Specs Leaked Ahead of Official Lauch

    As per the leaks revealed by @upleaks the upcoming Desire series smartphone will be dubbed as HTC A50C and is expected to make its first debut in China.

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    HTC announced that it will not release mini handsets of its One series smartphone, as they are focusing on expanding its high-end smartphone segment.

    The HTC A50C will be released pre-loaded with the new Sense 7.0 user interface and will be powered by Android Lollipop operating system out of the box.

    As per the leaks, the upcoming high-end Desire A50C will sport a 13 megapixel rear camera with LED flash and a 5 megapixel front facing camera. Both the cameras will be powered by Samsung sensors, S5K3L2XX for primary camera and S5K5E2YA for secondary camera.

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    The smartphone will be equipped with an Octa-Core MediaTek Mt6753T processor coupled with 2GB of RAM and 16GB of internal storage memory, but there is no word about the microSD card slot.

    The leaked specs also listed that HTC A50C will support Dual-SIM with 4G LTE connectivity. However, the screen size of the smartphone is not mentioned but, it is expected to support HD resolution.


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