HTC Desire 500 official in europe, with dual-sim and NFC
Where we see market is full of new Smartphone which not only have great feature but they are also priced high. HTC entered the market with a Smartphone with all that you need in much affordable price. HTC announced its new phone HTC desire 500 in Europe. Before that HTC has launched its Taiwan version. It is said to be a mid ranged phone but price is not announced yet. So are we going to get something good in affordable price? Let’s see:
HTC Desire 500
HTC desire 500 comes with:
- 1.2 GHz quad core CPU
- 4.3 inch WVGA (800×480) display.
- Android jelly bean
- 8 mega pixels rear camera and 1.6MP front camera.
- 1 GB RAM, 4GB internal storage and up to 64 GB expandable memory.
- Dual SIM and NFC support in select market only
“The Desire range has become renowned for bringing a premium mobile experience to the mass market.” commented Peter Chou, CEO of HTC Corporation. “This particular model, the Desire 500, is no different. It is perfect for people who are always-on-the-go, it enables powerful multitasking and live-streaming of important and interesting information and it boasts an excellent camera and that bring your important moments to life.”
Desire 500 comes with 8 megapixels camera that includes HTC image chip processor which lets you to take great pictures and HD video. Not just this you can share your picture and videos with your friend on your favorite social network-it’s just a click away.Talking about the appearance, The HTC Desire 500 comes in Lacquer Black and Glacier Blue which gives this phone a thinner and comfy look. Blinkfeed lets you be in touch of world’s leading media companies like AOL, MTV ESPN etc.like a world on your homescreen.
Its 1.2 GHz processor gives you much better experience in gaming and surfing on internet with fast speed though there is no LTE 4G support. Its expandable memory makes you tension free about the space in your phone. HTC desire 500 has Taiwan version up till now but it’s coming to the western shore in the end of august. Indian launch still far away!