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HTC Source | December 16, 2017

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More details released for the HTC Desire X

More details released for the HTC Desire X

Last week details of the HTC Proto emerged in the form of rumors, but yesterday we received some more solid information regard the look, specs, and official name of this device. Though the HTC Desire X has not been officially announced, the branding we show you in this post is pretty official looking and doubt we will see any changes at this point.

The HTC Desire X is a legendary name built with design influence from the One Series. In fact, the front of the Desire X looks just like the One X as you can see in the side by side image of the two phones. The only thing the Desire X is missing is the front camera and a little real estate on the screen size.

Specs for the HTC Desire X are on the light side of things when compared to the HTC One X. Although, if you are a glass half full type of person you will be happy to know that it does trump the specs of the HTC One V and above both One series phones it has a removable battery and a microSD slot.

Here are the specs we gathered from the photos below:

  • Android 4.0.4 (Ice Cream Sandwich) with HTC Sense
  • 1 GHz dual-core processor
  • 4″ Super LCD screen at 480 x 800 pixels
  • 4 GB internal memory
  • 768 MB of RAM
  • 1650 mAH removable battery
  • microSD card slot
  • 25 GB Dropbox space for 2 years
  • 5 MP rear camera with ImageChip and ImageSense
  • Beats Audio integration
  • Two colors, Blue and White
What are your thoughts on this upcoming phone? Do you think we will see a line of Desire devices? Where and when do you think this phone will be announced?

Source: PocketNow via AndroidGuys

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