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.
The colorful HTC Desire 820 will be available from local carriers and major retailers, and in some markets in dual SIM variant too. The single SIM variant in Germany will cost 330 Euros off-contract.
Full specs sheet can be found here.