HTC to Launch Mid-Range Desire L smartphone in Taiwan

HTC will launch a smartphone called Desire L in Taiwan. The device is meant for the manufacturer’s line of mid-range models. The phone has already made an appearance on the company’s official Internet site. This new phone comes in the wake of the company’s Desire Q and Desire P which have been launched in Taiwan recently.

And so, because it is a mid-range smartphone, people who don’t have the necessary amount of money for the more expensive models will be able to get the Desire L at a price that remains to be announced.

The Desire L will have a 4.2-inch Super LCD2 touchscreen complete with 480 x 800 pixels of resolution. The dimensions of this phone are as follows: 128 mm x 66.9 mm x 8.9 mm; the body weighs 118 g. The processor is a 1 GHz dual-core. As for an operating system, the smartphone is going to come with Android; the version is yet to be unveiled. HTC-Desire-L

The user interface, though, is HTC Sense. In the memory and storage department, the Desire L is set to ship with the following: 1 GB of RAM and 4 GB of storage; the device also offers a memory card.

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Bluetooth 4.0, one microUSB 2.0 port and Wi-Fi are also included. To take pics, you can use the phone’s 5MP camera that boasts the following in terms of specs: LED flash and autofocus. The battery is an 1,800 mAh unit. Other goodies included on the phone are these: Beats Audio for when you wish to listen to your music of choice, one 3.5 mm stereo headphone jack, an accelerometer, integrated GPS, an ambient light sensor and one GLONASS antenna.

Aside from Taiwan, the HTC Desire L will probably not be launched in North America, Europe or India. China will most likely see it in stores. We will let you know more on this in upcoming posts.