HTC introduces entry-level Desire 310

HTC introduces entry-level Desire 310

We all are looking forward to March 25 when HTC will unveil the “All new HTC One”, which will be HTC’s next flagship smartphone. But HTC also has a soft corner for entry-level devices as well, and they just introduced a new budget friendly Android phone. Presenting the HTC Desire 310; a successor to Desire 300, featuring core HTC features like the BlinkFeed and video highlights.


The phone is made to go head to head with devices like the Moto G. With specs like a 1.3GHz MediaTek quad-core processor, a 4.5 inch display, a 5-megapixel camera, a 3-megapixel front-facing camera, dual-SIM card support; so overall, it’s not a bad package.

However, HTC is not planning to target developed markets with this smartphone, so it will be only available in Taiwan this April. HTC decided to focus more on “Desire” brand this year, and recently we also saw the Desire 816 which is a beautiful device. 

What are your thoughts about this new smartphone? Should HTC bring it to US and UK markets as well?

Source: HTC

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