Entry-level HTC Desire 310 revealed



HTC has announced a new entry-level option that’ll be going on sale quite soon. It’s dubbed the HTC Desire 310, a device which isn’t exactly going to light the world on fire, but should be important helping HTC fill out their bottom line on the year.

The HTC Desire 310 will feature a 4.5-inch 854 x 480 display, a 1.3GHz quad-core MediaTek MT6582M processor, 1GB of RAM, a 5 megapixel camera on the rear, a VGA camera a 2,000mAh battery, and HTC Sense atop Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean. We’re not sure on storage just yet, though we at least know you’ll be able to expand said storage with a microSD card.

This device will be coming in both single and dual-SIM flavoring for those who appreciate the choice. Taiwan is looking to be the first to get their hands on the device this April, with several other regions sure to enjoy rollouts beyond that.

[via HTC]

Quentyn Kennemer
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  1. This thing will never be updated , so no use buying it

    1. It’s for the average consumer not any of us

  2. It looks very nice though. I can see this doing very well, like the moto g

    1. not even close to the moto G…it is still selling…

      1. Spec wise, moto g will blow it out of the water but it hasn’t even gone on sale yet. And htc is only trying to lessen their losses so they don’t care much about the specs

        1. How do you lessen your losses by offering a phone that can’t hold its own against the competition? Engadget says they are pricing it /higher/ than Moto G. I have to admit it looks nice, and they will probably get some sales on that basis… but is that really a strategy?

    2. Moto G has KitKat and 720p. Otherwise I agree they are similar… but despite microSD support, I think they are going to have to price it lower if they want to compete.

      Edit: Engadget is saying 4GB storage. Fail.

      1. I meant sales. I know the specs aren’t as great as the moto g, but I was just saying that I think that it will sell pretty well

  3. Why android 4.2 and not 4.4?

    1. That’s what I don’t get!

    2. HTC likes being behind the competition.

  4. MediaTek? MEDIATEK? Say it ain’t so HTC. I want to give you a chance but then you do things like this

  5. Where is the flash??

    1. They ain’t lyin’ when they say “entry level”. =.S

  6. The HTC One 2014 should have had a similar color scheme. I like that. The speaker grills are the color of the back of the phone and the front is all black.

    I’d love that red and black design.

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