The HTC Desire P
and the HTC Desire Q
are a couple of mid-range handsets that run on Android 4.1 and both can't count past 3, meaning that there is no 4G connectivity on either device. The Desire P is the larger of the two phones with a 4.3 inch screen, and is expected to see the light of day first, in Taiwan. The screen has a WVGA resolution, and a dual-core 1GHz processor is inside along with 1GB of RAM. An 8MP camera is on back and a shooter of an undisclosed size is on front. A microSD card expands the amount of native storage in the device, which was not disclosed. The price of the phone will be $365 which means it can be yours if you save $1 a day.
Meanwhile, the HTC Desire Q is said to have a smaller 4 inch display with the same specs as the panel on the Desire P. The phone will be available in red, white and black and will cost $235. The rest of the specs are unknown although we hear that this model will be offered in China through the world's largest mobile carrier, China Mobile.