The second day at IFA 2014 bring another wave of Android devices, and HTC has just made official its first ever 64-bit chipset powered Android smartphone, the HTC Desire 820.
Not only that it equipped with an 64-bit Snapdragon 615 produced by Qualcomm, but it also feature an 8MP front-facing camera for the selfie addict and 4G LTE connectivity (Category 4) to rapidly upload or share those self-portraits with friends and family.
“Our new HTC Desire model gives entertainment lovers exactly what they are looking for; a powerful, fast, stylish smartphone that delivers their favourite content on a big screen at a competitive price said Peter Chou, HTC Corporation. “With the HTC Desire 820, we’ve combined the most advanced technology with the best possible entertainment experience and bold, distinctive design to deliver a handset that is both desirable and affordable”.
Additionally, the HTC Desire 820 feature a 5.5-inch HD screen, HTC Boomsound stereo speakers, 13MP rear-facing camera and Android 4.4 Kitkat with HTC Sense on top of it.
Available in Marble White, Tuxedo Grey, Santorini White and Milky-way Grey and featuring
HTC’s iconic unibody design, the robust polycarbonate device is not only stylish but also boasts
the excellent build quality that has become synonymous with HTC brand. A HTC Dot VIew cover will accompny this model as well.