Locked and unlocked versions of HTC’s latest mid segment LTE phone – the Desire 612 will start retailing at your nearest At&T and Verizon stores by 10th of October. This handset packs with 1.5 GB RAM in its full metal body. It provides multitasking with Android Kit Kat 4.4.3 operating system.
Users are expected to get Android lollipop updated in the coming weeks. HTC Desire 612 is fitted with boom sound speakers. This sound technology is exceptionally good and it is normally found in high-end premium handsets from the company.
The phone comes with an internal 8GB storage and 4.7 inches touchscreen display. It has 540 x 960 pixels resolution and 247+ PPI. The size of the display is good but its resolution is not very impressive.
For a better experience, HTC should have used 720p or 1080p resolution for this device. The phone is incorporated with 2 HD snappers for imaging. At the front, there’s a 1.3 MP shooter.
At its back, this device boasts an 8.0 megapixels sensor. It features an LED flash. It captures 1080 pixel videos. HTC Desire 612 houses a 2040 mAh battery. Backup is good. This HTC handset supports connectivity with 128 GB capacity MicroSD cards. Thus, you don’t have to worry about storage.
This phone can be paired with HTC mini+ gadget via WiFi, NFC or Bluetooth. It is enabled with accelerometer/g-sensor. Thus, it supports automatic screen rotation. This phone is preloaded with various HTC apps, a few games and Google play store.
Tktechnews claims that this device will cost you $200 for a 730 days contract with Verizon. Some carriers might sell it off-contract for around $350 (around 21k in India). For more details, please visit Verizon’s website. If you think that this phone is costly, you should go for the 100 dollar Desire 510. Do comment and let us know your valuable opinion on HTC Desire 612.