HTC Desire 310 was officially announced by its company and although it is just an entry-level smartphone, some of its specs are much better than what you might be expecting. HTC has promised to bring its latest Desire 310 to the UK in April, on O2, Vodafone, Carphone Warehouse and other mobile operators, so until then you have plenty of time to decide if this device is what you are looking for. Are you tempted to give it a try? Then, here’s what you’ll be getting:
Design and Specs
Desire 310 has the same HTC’s familiar design, being just a rounded version of the popular HTC One. But who says that this is a bad thing? Moreover, it will become available in Navy Blue, White, and Bright Orange as well and its specs deserve all our attention. HTC Desire 310 comes with a 4.5-inch display having a 854×480 pixel resolution, as well as a 5 MP rear facing camera and even a microSD card slot should you want to expand its 16 GB of on-board storage.
Housing a 1.3GHz quad-core processor, the new HTC Desire 310 is supposed to be fast a perfectly capable to offer you a responsive web browsing, as well as the possibility to switch between multiple apps, as the company claims. So, the new model sounds much better than the 1GHz dual-core processor found the previous HTC Desire version.
Android and Blinkfeed
In terms of operating system, HTC Desire 310 features only Android 4.2 Jelly Bean. We all know that this isn’t the latest version of Google’s mobile operating system, but remember that we are only talking about an entry-level handset so things could have been much worse than that.
HTC Desire 310 will give you access to a massive package of apps, not to mention HTC’s Blinkfeed app which offers you all the updates from social networks and news stories from around the Web into an attractive interface.