HTC is getting in on the IFA fun this morning by announcing the Desire 820. The headlining feature of the HTC Desire 820 is Qualcomm’s new Snapdragon 615 octa-core processor with 64-bit support. Android currently does not support 64-bit, but as soon as Android L is released the Desire 820 will be able to take full advantage of it.
The other big features of the Desire 820 are the cameras. HTC has managed to put a 8MP camera on the front of the device. This should help you take some great selfies and wefies. On the back they have a 13MP camera. Other specs include a 5.5-inch HD display, 2GB of RAM, and 2600mAh battery. The Desire 820 will be available later this Fall in a wide variety of colors. No pricing or availability was given.
What do you think of this new Desire? Is 64-bit support or big front-facing cameras things that you look for?
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