First details and images surface for HTC Desire P, Desire Q

First details and images surface for HTC Desire P, Desire Q


The first details for the HTC Desire P and HTC Desire Q have surfaced online, suggesting that China and Taiwan could soon have new models. Appearing in what may be print advertising, the two phones look to fall somewhere on the lower end of the smartphone spectrum.


The HTC Desire P (T326h) closely resembles the Desire SV and figures to offer a 4.3-inch WVGA display, a dual-core 1GHz processor, 8-megapixel rear camera, and front-facing camera. Presumably running Android 4.2 or later, the Desire P also features Beats Audio technology as well as microSD expansion. Based on the accompanying image, the phone will be offered in at least two color options: red with black and white with black.


The HTC Desire Q (T328h) is slightly smaller experience with its 4-inch display.  Looking very much like the Desire U, this one should be available in black, white, and red options.

Reportedly, the HTC Desire P will be sold in China with an approximate U.S. retail of $365 while the HTC Desire  Q will end up in Taiwan with a $235 (U.S.) sticker.

Android4tw via: UnwiredView

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