Taiwanese mobile phone maker HTC has announced the HTC Desire 320 mobile, as the successor to its 2013 affordable Desire 310 handset.
The latest low-costing Desire sports the Android 4.4 KitKat OS, whereas its predecessor runs 4.2.2 Jelly Bean.
Other than that, the specs are fairly closely matched – with the screen coming in the form of a 4.5-inch FWVGA display, and a quad-core 1.3GHz MediaTek processor powering the phone.
On the rear, is a 5-megapixel rear facing camera, capable of 1080p video recording, whereas the front sports a VGA camera.
There is the addition of an LED flash, where the internal storage has been upgraded to 8GB.
Many other HTC features are a part of the Desire 320, such as the mini movie feature, based around the video highlights functionality.
That is coupled with HTC BlinkFeed, delivering up to the minute info, from social networks and news sites – with offline reading.
Peter Frølund, UK and Nordics General Manager, HTC, said: “Marrying super-fast processing with premium HTC features in a compact form, the HTC Desire 320 delivers a quality experience for the budget conscious well beyond its entry-level model status”
“Following on from the success of the HTC Desire 310, it boasts enhanced power and memory to enable more people to benefit from a quality smartphone experience that delivers the perfect balance between smart essentials and value.”, he added
HTC’s Desire 320 will be available in vanilla white and darkgrey, in the near future.