However, the HTC Desire C Android smartphone has recently been papped in couple of images via the Vodafone Portugal carrier. Though, an official announcement was itching to be confirmed. Now the handset has officially been unveiled, bringing the affordable pricing under the hood.
Apparently, the phone’s front panel is dominated by a 3.5-inch QVGA (320 x 480 pixels) LCD display. Operating under the hood is a Qualcomm Snapdragon S1 600MHz single core processor (according to rumors) that takes care of all the functions offered to users, as well as it will be rocking Android 4.0/Ice Cream Sandwich OS with Sense 4.0 on top out of the box to run with.
The HTC Desire C also features a 5MP rear snapper. There’s no word on storage yet, but there’ll be 25GB of Dropbox usage included with the device.
The Desire C will be available in black or white in the UK, but there will also be a red version for the international market.
However, officially pricing has yet to be revealed, the Orange and T-Mobile both carriers have announced they will sell the Desire C at £169.99 on Pay as you go, or free on a 24-month £15.50pm (T-Mobile) or £20.50 (Orange) contract. The phone will also be offered by Vodafone, Orange, Virginia Media, Three, and 02.
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