23 December 2014

HTC introduces Desire 620, 620G

HTC has released the HTC Desire 620 dual sim, which succeeds the HTC Desire 610. 
Source: HTC. The 620G in Milkyway gray.

"Our new HTC Desire model delivers the best of both worlds by combining a fresh, youthful design with powerful processing and super-fast connectivity. The HTC Desire 620 dual sim is the perfect choice for entertainment lovers looking for an affordable smartphone that balances quality performance with stunning design," said Jack Yang, President of HTC South Asia.

At the heart of the Desire 620 dual sim is the latest Snapdragon 410 Qualcomm processor*, with Android 4.4 and HTC Sense 6 to power video experiences and ensure a smooth transition between screens when multitasking. When streaming or downloading video clips, 4G LTE** support delivers download speeds of up to 150 Mbps.

The HTC Desire 620 dual sim also features a 5" HD display, an 8 megapixel main camera and 5 megapixel front camera with auto focus and continuous shooting capabilities. Videos can be captured at 1080p high-definition on both cameras.

The HTC Desire 620G dual sim is powered by a 1.7 GHz Octa-Core processor and features Android 4.4 and 3G connectivity with support for HTC BlinkFeed, Video Highlights and Lock Screen functionality.

Both phones come in Santorini white (white with a blue accent) and Milkyway gray (matte grey with a light blue accent) and are available at mobile operators and major retailers in Singapore. The HTC Desire 620 dual sim has a recommended retail price (RRP) of S$358 and the HTC Desire 620G dual sim has a RRP of S$278.

*Qualcomm Snapdragon 410, 1.2 GHz (available on the Desire 620 dual sim only).

**4G/LTE speeds - FDD: 900/1800/2100/2600 MHz, TDD: 1900/2300/2600
(available on the Desire 620 dual sim only). FDD and TDD are different LTE standards used in different countries.