Once upon a time, not that long ago, HTC’s Desire was the most coveted Android smartphone in the whole wide world. But then the Taiwanese started to add different letters to the Desire name while too modestly improving the spec sheets, which destroyed the brand’s reputation.
But the Desire line is still alive and kicking, only it now has more humble targets – tech users on a budget. The Desire X, U and SV are only some of the unremarkable new members of the family, with the P and Q being reportedly next in line.
This new duo is very mysterious, with basically nothing about their list of features revealed yet. The two have been approved by Taiwan’s FCC-like National Communications Commission, meaning they could very well end up seeing daylight only in HTC’s native land.
Based on their model numbers, T326h and T328h, they should be situated close to the Desire X on the Android food chain. The X (pictured above) is available since last fall in parts of Asia and Europe and features a 4-inch 480 x 800 pix res display, dual-core 1 GHz processor, 768 MB of RAM and Android 4.0 ICS.
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