Just a few weeks ago, we heard about two possible new entrants in the HTC Desire series, the HTC Desire Q and the HTC Desire P. Today, it seems we have our first look at both devices. Starting with the Desire Q, this will be a smallish (by today’s standards) 4-inch handset that will don Beats branding, come in black, white and red, and will cost about $235 for Taiwan.
The HTC Desire P is a tad bigger at 4.3 inches, and it will sport WVGA resolution, an 8 megapixel camera, a front-facing camera, 1GHz dual-core processor, and will come in red and white for $365 via China Mobile. Neither device looks to challenge the high-end market, of course, but they should find some nice grooves in the entry-level and mid-range sectors.
There isn’t much fanfare following the revelations of these devices, and perhaps that’s by design. We’d expect these to launch in limited markets for a very niche group of people. In other words, it’s no HTC One, but it does fill a rather big need and purpose. Once HTC releases the death grip on official launch info we’ll have it right here waiting for you.
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TAGS: HTC Desire P , HTC Desire Q