HTC Desire 200 image and specs revealed

HTC Desire 200 image and specs revealed

We recently reported of the new budget handsets from HTC. While the specs aren’t at all impressive, if the HTC One is any indication of the quality of materials used, it should actually be a real contender against other budget handsets.

The leaked specs from Pocket-Lint are up after the break. But first, here’s a video! Please turn your volume down before hitting the big button. It is loud. You have been warned.

http://youtu.be/rZ2yVsk8YIg

It looks as though the specs are reminiscent of what we saw in the initial leaks.

3.5 inch 320 x 480 display, 512 MB of RAM, single-core 1 GHz processor, a 1,400 mAH removable battery all running everyone’s favorite Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. Ha.

I should add, that HTC’s Sense Skin has proven in late version to be extremely smooth. So it may make up for the older Android API.

Anyone looking forward to the new HTC budget handsets? I know I have a few friends and family to whom I’ll be forwarding this article. What about you? Let us know is the comments below!

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4 Comments

  1. paxmos
    June 17, 21:49 Reply

    What the heck…”this video is private”???

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