Wednesday, 23 November 2016

HTC Desire 650- Review and Specifications




HTC released a new low-end phone in Taiwan - the Desire 650. It comes with a a characteristic dual finish back - the top half is smooth, the bottom half has ridges. This will massively improve grip, but despite looking like one, this isn’t a very rugged phone.

It also has the popular BoomSound audio and Hi-Res audio certification. The rest is equally less impressive with a 5” 720p screen (not even IPS).

The phone runs Android 6.0 Marshmallow with HTC’s custom Sense skin on a quad-core Qualcomm chipset (not specified, but we’re hoping for Snapdragon 610, 410 is the less appealing possibility). The memory department includes 2GB of RAM, 16GB storage and a microSD slot.

For photography, the HTC Desire 650 packs an impressive 13MP camera (f/2.2) on the back and 5MP one (f/2.8) on the front. Both shoot 1080p video and support HDR.




  


HTC Desire 650

It's also LTE-enabled and powered by a quite unimpressive 2,200mAh battery, which promises to last 17 and a half hours of talk time and 5 and a half hours of browsing on Wi-Fi.

Note: As at the time of this post the Desire 650 appears only on HTC's Taiwanese site for now and there's no mention of price yet.


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