Earlier this September, the HTC Desire 820 compiled a debut at IFA 2014. It boasted a 64-bit capable Snapdragon 615 in tow, alongside a 5.5” 720p display, 2GB of RAM, a 13MP rear and a decent 8MP front-facing shooter – it still ranks among the very best upper mid-range devices money could get you at this time. Subsequently, HTC unveiled a mini version of the mid-ranger, that has been believed to tote a far more affordable price tag while retaining a similar overall specs.
Well, HTC today unveiled yet another variation from the Desire 820 via its Weibo account. Dubbed the HTC Desire 820s, additionally has a 64-bit chipset on board, though this point around Qualcomm's offering was dropped in favor of MediaTek. Thus, the SoC inside the Desire 820s is believed being a1. 7GHz octa-core MT6752, comprising Cortex-A53 cores along with a Mali T760 GPU chip that chews with the graphics. As far back as the remainder of the specs are concerned, We're once again handling a 5. 5-inch display, probably a 720p one, 2GB of RAM, 16GB of storage right from the box, front-facing BoomSound speakers, and LTE support. The 13MP rear and also the 8MP front-facing cameras will also be up for grabs.
Although HTC has not unveiled any pricing or availability from the slate, we suspect that it must be intended being purchased in China or any other local markets – thus, do not care your fingers crossed the Desire 820s will certainly be available within a store near you (provided that you're not a denizen of China, after all).