Upcoming HTC phones
Desire 820CompareThe Desire 820 packs a potent 64-bit octa-core Snapdragon 615 processor, which instantly ushered its owners into the 64-bit Android era as the Android "L Version" update became available. Even if it had a regular 32-bit processor, though, the HTC Desire 820 would have remained one of the best mid-range Android phones to exist. Opting for the Desire series' recognizable plastic build, the phone offers a 5.5-inch 720p display and HTC BoomSound speakers for excellent multimedia experience. Known for its love of busting spec sheets, HTC adorned the Desire 820's front panel with an 8-megapixel (that's right!) camera for high quality selfies and software that lets you merge friends' photos with yours, apply digital makeup, and capture several moments in a single image.+ View Specs
Desire 510Compare6.5 reviewThe Desire 510 runs Android 4.4 KitKat with Sense UI, offering a 4.7-inch display with 480 x 854 pixels, a 5 MP rear camera, VGA front-facing camera, 1 GB of RAM, 8 GB of expandable internal memory, and a 2100 mAh battery. Interestingly, the Desire 510 is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 410 SoC with a quad-core CPU clocked at 1.2 GHz. The 410 is a 64-bit-capable SoC, but HTC didn’t mention anything about this in the press release announcing the new handset.+ View Specs
Butterfly 2CompareThe HTC Butterfly 2 sports 5-inch, 1080 x 1920 pixel resolution Super LCD3 display, a speedy quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 system-on-chip, 2GB of RAM, and 16/32GB of internal storage, expandable via a microSD card. The two front-facing speakers, while restyled, are of the HTC BoomSound type, so expect great results. The battery capacity, at 2700 mAh, is slightly bigger than the one found on the One M8.+ View Specs
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).