HTC Desire 510 is the first 64 Bit Snapdragon 410 SoC smartphone which is LTE enabled

Earlier, we were pretty sure that HTC is coming up with Desire 820 that would feature the first 64 Bit octa-core based Snapdragon 615 chip but it seems like they initially wanted to introduce a lower end 64-Bit device firstly. Today, HTC has officially announced Desire 510 that is actually having a 64 Bit quad-core based Snapdragon 410 chipset but its not a “power machine” to be called off. This ne chipset is having 4 ARM cores of Cortex A53, each one clocked at 1.2GHz. Adreno 305 GPU will lend you some more than normal gaming experience on this device.

HTC says:

The industry has been talking about the 4G effect for so long now that it’s easy to forget that only a small selection of top-end devices are taking advantage of the technology. Owning the latest and greatest technology shouldn’t be reserved for those with the highest budgets. People today should expect their smartphones to double as mobile entertainment hubs. This means ensuring that they’re fully loaded with the latest movies, TV shows and albums, by taking advantage of the super-fast network speeds available. The HTC Desire 510 does this and more, making it the perfect mobile media device,” said Peter Chou, CEO, HTC Corporation

Lets discuss what’s really loaded inside HTC Desire 510(not so impressive):

  • 4.7″ display with just 854 x 480 pixels( How can you do this HTC?)
  • 1.2GHz Snapdragon 410 CPU with Adreno 305 GPU
  • 1GB RAM
  • 8GB internal storage
  • micro-SD card slot
  • Android KitKat 4.4 with Sense 6.0 UI and HTC BlinkFeed
  • 5MP rear camera
  • VGA front camera(What?)
  • Removable 2,100mAh battery( for its display, this battery will do wonders)
  • Ambient Light Sensor, Proximity Sensor, Accelerometer 
  • 4G LTE Enabled
  • 3G/Bluetooth/ WiFi/GPS + GLONASS

With only these specifications, HTC Desire 510 wouldn’t go beyond a $300 price tag(just saying). Only available in White and Grey colour options, it will exclusively roll out in Europe, Asia and US markets very soon.

Stay Tuned!