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HTC Desire Q launched soon after HTC Desire P is available in Taiwan

HTC Desire Q launched soon after HTC Desire P is available in Taiwan

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Finally, the rumors about the launch of a mid-range smartphone HTC Desire Q, ready to follow the already available HTC Desire P have been finally put to an end now the HTC Desire Q is officially launched. Initially HTC has launched HTC Desire Q only in Taiwan at a cost of NT$6,990 ($234) but HTC has announced that the smartphone will be available shortly across other countries as well. Moreover HTC Desire Q would also be available in India.

With the official launch of HTC Desire P earlier this month, the company has also confirmed the specifications of HTC Desire Q. The smartphone has a 4-inch capacitive touch screen display with resolution up to 480×800 pixels. A strange feature incorporated in HTC Desire Q is that its operating system runs on the Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich platform which is considered quite an old version. Other key specifications include single core 1.0 GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon processors, 5 MP rear camera, 512MB RAM, 4GB internal memory, furthermore micro SD card slot for storage expansion up to 32GB. HTC desire Q also offers Beats Audio, Bluetooth 4.0 with aptX, GPS, Wi-Fi 820.11 b/g/n, HSPA, micro-USB connectivity and its battery capacity is 1650 mAh.

HTC Desire Q is a 3G device; you can get high speed Internet on it but can’t make video calls because there is no news about front camera. However its rear camera is very good and you can capture pictures from 5.0 MP rear camera with LED flash.

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When HTC Desire Q is compared to HTC Desire P then it lacks behind feature-filled HTC Desire P because Desire P presents 50% more RAM, better camera, large display (with WVGA resolution) and Android 4.1 Jelly Bean operating system. Every mobile has some advantages as well as disadvantages, likewise HTC Desire Q on the one hand offers excellent features like huge display screen, cheap price about $230, 3G device and 5MP rear camera but on the other hand it lacks front camera and latest operating system.

As India’s smartphone market is still rushing up with Samsung, Micromax, Nokia, Karbonn and Lava/Xolo therefore HTC has to face hard competition there and this is the reason why HTC Desire P and Q are still unavailable in India. These rival brands and especially the new addition of Samsung Galaxy smartphones, the Galaxy Young and Galaxy Y plus, would compel HTC to reconsider its pricing and availability scheme in India.

HTC Desire P and HTC Desire Q are both GSM handsets that can be unlocked using unlock codes. After unlocking you are  free to  use your phone with any GSM mobile carrier you would like to opt for.

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