Following the launch of the One series, HTC also unveiled two new Desire phones, the Desire V and Desire C. Similar to the One series, the Desire V and S come with Android 4.0, Sense 4, Beats Audio integration and 25GB free Dropbox storage for two years.
The HTC Desire V is the first smartphone from the company which supports dual SIM cards. According to HTC, sales of the Desire V were very good in China and they decided to bring it to the rest of Asia. The Desire V is also HTC's most affordable 4-inch smartphone to date. Other specs include:
The HTC Desire V is available in Polar White and Stealth Black. You can purchase the phone at all authorized mobile operators and retailers starting 16 June at a recommended retail price of S$498 without line contract (inclusive of GST)
As one of the first Android entry level smartphones to run on HTC Sense 4, the Desire C is a great device for first time smartphone users. It runs on a 600MHz single-core processor with 512MB RAM. The HTC Desire C has a smaller 3.5-inch display with a resolution of 480 x 320 pixels. Here's a quick look at the other specs:
Priced at S$388 without line contract (inclusive of GST), the Desire C can be purchased at all authorized mobile operators and retailers starting 16 June in three colors: Flamenco Red, Polar White and Stealth Black. You can check out our hands-on with the HTC One S, Desire V and Desire C over at our Facebook album.