HTC Desire 310 Goes Official in China with Dual SIM

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The Taiwan giant HTC introduces an entry-level smartphone by the name HTC Desire 310 in China. The smartphone adds another member to the Desire range. The smartphone comes with a 4.5-inch display powered by quad-core processor and pretty other specs. Further details on its specs-sheet and availability are discussed ahead.

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HTC Desire 310 with 3G Connectivity Goes Official in China

HTC once again launches Desire smartphone. If you are in China then you can have your hands on the HTC Desire 310. After launching HTC 610 and 816 – mid range smartphones at the MWC 2014, the company now brings an entry level smartphone. The smartphone as of now is official in China.

Coming to the specifications, HTC Desire 310 runs on Android v4.2.2 Jelly Bean OS and is powered by quad-core processor clocked at 1.3GHz. The smartphone features a 4.5-inch FWVGA touchscreen display having a resolution of 854×480 pixels. In memory terms, Desire 310 houses with 512MB of RAM, and 4GB of inbuilt storage that can be expandable via microSD card support. The device measures 131.44 x 68.03 x11.25 mm, and weighs about 140 grams.

Desire 310 sports 5MP primary camera for photography and video recording. The phone also comes with a VGA (0.3MP) front facing camera for video calling. In terms of connectivity, the HTC smartphone supports 3G, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, microUSB, GPS, etc. The device packs a 2000 mAh battery. It comes with Dual-SIM slot (3G + 2G GSM) network.

HTC Desire 310 will be available on China Unicom network. No words on its pricing. As of now the smartphone is available in China but it’s speculated to be available in other countries soon. Looking at the specs featured in Desire 310 will bear an affordable price tag.

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Priyanka contributes to the Computer and Gadgets section on Techcular.

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