HTC today announces its Desire 825, 630 and 530 Midrange android smartphones with youthful design. As HTC is going down on sales of there smartphones that’s the reason behind this big boost to its Mid-range android smartphones because now days midrange smartphones are becoming very popular.
HTC Desire 825
HTC Desire 825 comes with a roomy 5.5″ Super LCD with a disappointingly low 720p resolution. It’s powered by an old 32-bit Snapdragon 400 chipset (quad-core CPU at 1.4GHz). Memory is fairly basic too, 2GB of RAM and 16GB storage, at least you get a microSD slot. On the upside, the phone comes with Android 6.0 Marshmallow.
Now coming to camera company says “you’ll be taking 25,000 selfies in your lifetime, so it’s important to have a good camera to do it”. The 5MP selfie cam on the Desire 825 can pretty you up in real time, including putting on virtual makeup. On back the phone is having 13 MP camera. HTC Desire 825 also comes supporting Hi-Res Audio.
HTC Desire 630
HTC Desire 630 features a 5-inch device, again with a 720p display. It has the same Snapdragon 400 chipset with 2GB of RAM and 16GB of storage, with microSD expansion. Desire 630 same camera as Desire 825 haves 13-megapixel at the back and 5-megapixel selfie camera.Desire 630 is powered with 2200mAh battery.
HTC Desire 530
HTC Desire 530 has the same 5″ 720p screen, but the chipset drops to Snapdragon 210 with 1.5GB of RAM. Storage stays at 16GB with a microSD slot. HTC’s focus on selfies remains strong with a 5MP front camera, but the back camera is reduced to 8MP.
The HTC Desire 530 has the uniquely-painted exterior, but the only audio goodie is the pair of speakers on the front (no fancy headphones, no Hi-Res audio certification).
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