HTC, who is reportedly spending huge bucks to promote its new flagship device, is all set to introduce two budget devices. The makers behind HTC One will announce two low-mid level Android devices. The HTC Desire P and Desire Q, has been leaked via promo posters. Few days ago, it was revealed that HTC is set to mesmerize consumers with two budget Android devices, but details were rather thin and non-reliable too.
Now the promo pictures of both devices speak about specifications, and first look of the two cherished devices has been revealed. Fortunately, Taiwanese site Android4TW, got its hands on the first alleged leak and both handsets are looking stunning.
It is also being said that HTC will introduce the Desire P first in China followed by Taiwan. And the HTC Desire Q will land in Taiwan followed by its global launch. It is to be seen whether HTC has any plans to make these above mentioned handsets available here in India. For quite some time, HTC India hasn't updated its budget lineup.
HTC Desire P
HTC Desire Q
HTC Desire P - Specifications and features
The HTC Desire P shares similarity with existing Desire SV. The device which will hit Chinese market first comes with a 4.3-inch WVGA display, 1GB of RAM (expected), 1-GHz dual core processor, an 8-mega pixel rear camera, front facing camera, Wi-Fi, 3G, Bluetooth, Beats Audio, and expandable memory expansion. HTC will sell the device at around Rs. 17,500 in the global market, again rumored.
HTC Desire Q - Specifications and features
Unlike HTC Desire P, which flaunts some modest specifications, the same cannot be said for the latter handset. The HTC Desire Q is a low-mid level handset with a 4-inch display and Beats Audio. The device will arrive in three different colours: Black, White and Red. The unannounced handset is quite similar to previously handsets - Desire U and Desire V. The device will be hit Taiwan first at an estimated price of Rs. 13,600. Both HTC Desire P and Desire Q could arrive with Android 4.1 Jelly Bean.
There are fair chances that if the above mentioned handset hits India (ever) then they do well. HTC always mess with the pricing of its handset. Stay tuned to GizBot.