Upcoming HTC phones
Desire 310CompareRunning Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean, the Desire 310 reportedly comes with a quad-core MediaTek MT6582M processor clocked at 1.3 GHz. The rest of its features won’t impress anyone, seemingly including a 4.5-inch display with 480 x 854 pixels, 3G, Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n, Bluetooth 4.0, dual-SIM capabilities, VGA front-facing camera, 5MP rear camera without flash, 512MB of RAM, and 4GB of expandable internal memory.+ View Phone
Desire 816CompareThe HTC Desire 816 sports 5.5-inch display, 1.6GHz quad-core processor, 4G LTE connectivity and two powerful cameras - a 13MP rear-facing camera as well as a 5MP front-facing camera.+ View Phone
Desire 610CompareThe HTC Desire 610 is a mid-range Android smartphone with a 4.7-inch qHD display, 1.2GHz quad core processor, 1GB of RAM, 8GB of storage and a 8-megapixe BSI camera.+ View Phone
Desire LCompareThe HTC Desire L has the signature HTC industrial design and an easy to hold and operate 4.3-inch display with a res of 480 x 800 px. Apart from that, the Desire L is a typical low to mid-range device with a WVGA Super LCD2 screen and a 1GHz dual-core chip with 1GB of RAM. It also offers 4GB storage and 5MP rear camera.+ View Phone
Desire PCompareThe HTC Desire P is just a variant of the One SV with no 4G LTE connectivity. The smartphone comes with a dual-core MSM8225 SoC by Qualcomm running at 1GHz, 768MB of RAM, and 4GB of expandable, on-board storage. There's a fairly spacious 4.3-inch screen on its front with a resolution of 480 by 800 pixels. The main camera, equipped with an LED flash and BSI sensor, offers 8MP of resolution.+ View Phone
Upcoming HTC Phones
This is an up-to-date list of upcoming HTC phones. These are either officially announced models that have not yet hit the market or future models, which we know thanks to leaks or rumors.
HTC is Taiwan-based manufacturer of smartphones. Formally known as High Tech Computer Corporation, it started its business by manufacturing notebooks, but later focused on smartphones. It was the first to manufacture a Microsoft-powered smartphone (2002) and the first to produce an Android-powered smartphone (2008).