HTC has just let slip that they’re announcing three new HTC Desire smartphones suited for the low and mid range market, but don’t get too excited because, unless you live in Asia you won’t be getting your hands on them any time soon.
First up is the HTC Desire 700 smartphone, which is billed as a more affordable HTC One, it’s rocking the same front facing BoomSound speakers as its more expensive cousin, but it does sacrifice screen resolution with 5-inch qHD screen. Under the hood it’s powered by a 1.2GHz quad-core Qualcomm processor. All of that is backed up by 1GB of RAM.
Round the back of the HTC Desire 700 is an 8MP camera capable of shooting video in 1080p, it has 8GB of on board storage expandable via SD. The 700 is one of the two phones which come with dual-sim capabilities. The phone’s available for 13,000 NTD in Taiwan which equates to about $470.