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[CES 2015] HTC Desire 320 with quad-core CPU announced

HTC has announced its presence at this year's CES with the reveal of the new HTC Desire 320 , the younger brother to the Desire 310. The Desire 310 has been announced about the same time last year and now its younger sibling comes along with very similar specs.

The Desire 320 is basically the same in size as its older brother and also keeps the 4.5'' FWVGA screen whose resolution is 480 x 854 pixels, The Desire 320 is once again powered by a quad-core 1.3 GHz processor although there's no word on whether would it be the Cortex-A7 chipset. It comes in either 512 MB of RAM with 4 GB of internal memory or 1 GB of RAM and 8 GB of internal memory depending on the region.

One thing the Desire 320 has that's a notable plus point is that it ships with Android 4.4 Kit kat right out of the box. Consumers would probably be wise to insert a microSD card for additional storage space.

Everything else should be pretty familiar, a 5 MP camera with 1080p video capture which is pretty impressive for an entry-level device. A VGA camera is on the front just like before.

In terms of connectivity, there's quad-band 2G and 3G with HSPA going up to 21 Mbps. The Desire 320 uses microSIM cards for calls and messaging purposes. Wi-Fi b/g/n, Bluetooth 4.0 and GPS are all features we expect to see on it. The phone is using a 2,100 mAh Li-Po Battery which is able to give a solid 12 hours talk time on a 3G network and an impressive 690 hours on standby.


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