Following a number of leaked images and video earlier this week HTC has now officially launched their new HTC Desire 200 smartphone. Unfortunately HTC have still not revealed any pricing for their new HTC Desire 200 but they have released its hardware specifications that include a 3.5-inch LCD display sporting a resolution of 320 x [...]
Tag: China Unicom
China Mobile and China Unicom have already cumulative their HTC One X variants, yet a smaller China Telecom has usually only perceived regulatory capitulation for a chronicle of a One X. This version, a X720d, looks remarkably identical to Sprint’s HTC Evo 4G LTE, yet it substitutes Sprint’s red highlights and flog mount for a some-more understated golden motif.
On a technical side, a many important disproportion between a X720d and a HTC Evo 4G LTE is a X720d’s support for tellurian roaming on GSM networks in further to China Telecom’s CDMA network. The other important disproportion is a inclusion of a older, dual-core MSM8660 Snapdragon S3 processor rather than a newer 28mm Krait SoC. Otherwise, a X720d shares a rest of a Evo 4G LTE’s features, like a 720p display, 8-megapixel camera, and 16GB of inner storage. It will naturally be using Android 4.0, and is