HTC Desire 820 Announced, Comes With 64 Bit SoC

Earlier this year at Mobile World Congress aka MWC HTC has revealed Desire 816 which has featured some high end specs and features and now company has took wrap off from its successor, the HTC Desire 820 which too comes with premium specs and its the first device to be powered by 64 Bit Snapdragon 615 processor.

HTC Desire 820

If we talk about specs then, HTC Desire 820 it flaunts a 5.5-inch 720p display screen, under the hood its powered by a 64-bit 1.5GHz octa-core Snapdragon 615 along with 2GB of RAM. It comes with 16GB of internal storage which can be expanded up to 128GB via a microSD card.

At back HTC Desire 820 features a 13-megapixel snapper with LED flash and BSI sensor, f/2.2, 28mm lens, 1080p video
recording, along with a 8-megapixel camera with BSI sensor, 1080p video recording, it has HTC’s Face Fusion software. For connectivity, it supports LTE connectivity, along with support for HSPA+, Wi-fi a/b/g/n (2.4/5GHz), and Bluetooth. It will be available in dual-SIM variant in selected markets. It houses 2,600mAh battery, to which company claims that it can survive 22.4 hours of 3G talk time, or up to 424 hours of 3G standby.

Like we had seen in  HTC’s flagship device HTC One M8, and Butterfly series smartphone, Desire 820 too comes with BoomSound speakers and has Dot View case which we had seen in HTC One M8.If we talk about its built quality then its design language is much similar to of its other siblings in Desire series smartphones and has “double-shot” unibody which has two tones for buttons, flash and camera. It also comes with Dual frontal stereo speakers with built-in

HTC Desire 820 will be available in nine colors including, Marble White (glossy), Tuxedo Grey (matte), Santorini White (glossy), Milky-way Grey (glossy), Tangerine White (glossy), Saffron Grey (glossy), Flamingo Grey (glossy), Blue Mist (glossy), and Monarch Orange (glossy).

As per software front it runs on Android 4.4 KitKat but HTC has said that it will be upgradable to Android L so that 64 Bit processor can be utilized at its full.

Rahul Sharma

Rahul Sharma is a personal technology columnist and founder of TechnoArea, TroubleFixing & BloggingMayor He is a MBA guy by education and technology columnist by passion. He write's on some popular online tech magazines also.

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