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New smartphones and a new Bluetooth enabled sub will for debut

HTC has rolled out a pair of new smartphones today, which include the Desire 601 and the Desire 300.

HTC says that the new Desire 601 has many of the features that made the HTC One a favorite among smartphone enthusiasts. The phone features a five-megapixel rear camera with features like Sequence Shot, Always Smile, and Object Removal.

The phone has a 4.5-inch qHD resolution screen. Under the hood of the 601 is a QUALCOMM Snapdragon 400 dual-core processor operating at 1.4 GHz. The 4G LTE connectivity allows users to connect to the fastest mobile Internet in the land where available.

The Desire 300 is HTC's new entry-level device featuring a 4.3-inch full lamination display. The smartphone runs a QUALCOMM Snapdragon dual-core 1 GHz processor. The entry-level phone also has HTC BlinkFeed and more.


HTC Desire 601

HTC has also announced the HTC BoomBass, which is a small Bluetooth enabled subwoofer with its own amplifier designed to provide more base when combined with a BoomSound enabled device.

“We are committed to offering the most innovative portfolio of products on the market. Our Desire family has become synonymous with affordable quality,” commented Peter Chou, CEO of HTC Corporation. "Offering some of the most advanced capabilities of any smartphone, these phones truly represent premium quality in a more affordable price bracket.”

The Desire 601 and 300 will be available in select markets starting in October.
Earlier this week HTC announced the arrest of a pair of high-level executives for allegedly stealing intellectual property and trying to start their own companies using it.

Source: HTC



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RE: The One?
By Aloonatic on 9/4/2013 3:25:19 AM , Rating: 2
Have you ever talked to phone shop staff? Most of the time the customer has more idea about the products on show than the staff do.

Updates are a valid concern, I don't know why people here like to pretend that they aren't, although they can be a double edged sword sometimes. I bought a HTC Sensation when that came out, and the last update killed it, as the hardware just wasn't able to cope with the new Android features as well as Sense.

Luckily I managed to ditch it pretty early and I have had a Sony Xperia S for a long time, which has been great. I have had several updates from Sony and they have all worked just fine.

That Apple handle updates pretty well is one of the positives of their platform, but there are many negatives too, and you can't just look at one issue in isolation and make a decision based on that of course.


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