HTC announces Desire 600 dual sim for June launch

HTC announces Desire 600 dual sim for June launch

htc_720wThis morning HTC unveiled the new HTC Desire 600 dual sim, a mid-range handset that includes their latest Sense 5 interface. Even though HTC is aiming to give consumers a more affordable option, they still included a few high-end specifications to keep users intrigued.

The Desire 600 is said to include a quad-core processor and an 8-megapixel rear-facing camera, and will run Android Jelly Bean (it’s unclear which version) under the hood. Running the “dual active” system, the HTC Desire 600 dual sim also allows users to have two SIM cards active all the times, giving it the ability to receive a call on one line, even if the other is in use. The device will also boast HTC’s impressive front-facing BoomSound speakers and brings HTC’s acclaimed BlinkFeed to the table as well. The Desire 600 will also have a 1.2GHz quad-core Snapdraon 200 processor, a 4.5-inch Super LCD2 display (assumed to be 960×540 pixel resolution), and a 1.6-megapixel front-facing camera.

According to HTC, the Desire 600 will launch at most major carriers in early June, however according to Cult of Android, it will begin launch in Russia, Ukraine, and the Middle East before hitting the U.S.




Source: HTC

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