HTC recently announced its brand new Desire 626, which is a mid-range smartphone that should work like a 620 upgrade. The device does not look any different than other HTC mid-range devices, and under the hood you will see some unexceptional specs.
What is Desire 626 made of?
HTC’s new device has a Snapdragon 410 (1.2GHz quad-core processor) under the hood, plus 2GB of RAM and 16GB of initial internal storage plus a microSD slot with support for up to 512GB ( a pretty impressive feat for mobile devices).
The smartphone has 4G support plus a 13MP primary camera and a 5MP front snapper. The display keeps its 5” size at 720p resolution. This is an upgrade in terms of camera, storage and RAM over the 620. The device is just a bit skinnier and lighter than its predecessor, which could help it increase sales.
HTC Desire 626 will sell in white, grey, blue and purple and it will launch with Android 5.1 with the HTC Sense overlay. There is no official release date at the moment, and no official price has been confirmed.