After getting spanked in China in 2011, HTC hopes to rekindle the ‘Desire’
Apr 16, 2012
The HTC Desire was a terrible phone with a low-quality screen tinged with pinkish hues, and an internal storage that could swallow up only a pathetic amount of apps before telling you it was full. Despite all that, it was a best-seller globally, and a gateway for millions to the app-tastic fun of owning an Android device. And now HTC really needs to return to its glory days–after losing a lot in sales to the Samsung Galaxy S II in China in 2011–with a trio of midrange reworkings of the new HTC One devices that are made especially for China, and which evoke the simple prettiness of the HTC Desire.
The three models are the HTC VT T328t–catchy name, that–for China Mobile, supporting its TD-SCDMA 3G network;
Category: HTC Desire