HTC has officially launched a new mid-segment Android smartphone, the HTC Desire 600. The HTC Desire 600 is a dual-SIM smartphone and the first ever mid-segment smartphone from the company that has the HTC Sense 5 UI built into it.
With this new launch, it seems that Samsung is not the only player in the smartphone market that has a list of new smartphones coming up every now and then. Even though HTC might not be able to match the numbers, it does keep giving a tough competition to Samsung.
And this time, the company has launched a new smartphone in the Desire series, but not with an alphabet in the name like the ‘Desire X’, ‘Desire P’ or ‘Desire Q’. Instead, the company has named it HTC Desire 600.
If you are wondering whether this smartphone is just another mid-range device or something that you can look out for, than let me tell you that it definitely is worth your time! The HTC Desire 600 has a 4.5-inch touchscreen display, an 8MP primary camera, 1.6MP secondary camera, dual front-facing speakers and Beats Audio integration.
The device is powered by a 1.2GHz quad-core processor, so yes the device is fast and powerful as well. The most interesting point about this new device is that HTC has also included the HTC Sense 5 UI as a part of the system software. The HTC Desire 600 also has BlinkFeed, a feature using which you can stream info from more than 1,400 media sources onto your home screen.
As of now, there is no information available about the price at which this device will be sold, but we do know that the HTC Desire 600 will be available in a number of markets from the start of June this year.