HTC Desire P and Desire Q will Enter China with Low Price Tags

March 27, 2013, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

HTC’s run with budget-friendly phones continues with their new mid-to-low-end devices. The Desire P and the Desire Q will be reaching Asian markets soon, and we have some screenshots of the devices to check over.

Both the handsets look a lot like HTC’s other offerings, but the Desire P looks more like the One SV, which was announced last year. The Desire P (with model number T326h) sports a  4.3 inch WVGA display with a resolution of 480×800 pixels.

Under the hood of the device rests a dual-core processor that clocks at 1GHz. An 8-megapixel camera and a front-facing camera constitutes the photography section of the handset.

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Other features include Beats Audio technology and MicroSD card support. The Desire P will have two color options- red and white- and will be arriving through China Mobile with a price tag of $365.

The Desire Q (model number T328h) , on the other hand, is a little bit smaller than the Desire P and sports a 4-inch display. The specifications are the same as the Desire P, and the Desire Q will be coming in black, white and red.

The Desire Q resembles the HTC Desire U that was launched in Taiwan in January. HTC will probably be releasing the Desire Q in Taiwan first, for a price of $235.

Both the new smartphones might run Android Jelly Bean with HTC Sense 4 chugging along. I don’t think we might get these boys in the US markets soon, but Chinese and Taiwanese customers can look forward to some quality products for a low price soon.

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