The HTC Desire 310 appeared today for the first time on the company's European site.
Before the 31o was removed from the site, the trained eyes of the techno-fans had already looked at the technical specifications of the device, which indicate the presence of a processor made by Mediatek. The Desire 310 is therefore the first device of the HTC home to mount a processor of the compatriot Mediatek (remember that both HTC and Mediatek are Taiwanese companies).
The processor in question is the quad-core Mediatek MT6582M, operating at a frequency of 1,3GHz, which is actually a slightly less powerful version of the better known MT6582. The processor will be accompanied by 512 MB of RAM, 4 GB internal memory expandable via micro-SD, display from 4,5 inches with resolution FWVGA 854 x 480p, and photographic compartment consisting of a rear camera from 5 mega-pixels and from a VGA front.
The device will also be powered by a battery from 2000 mAh, and will be marketed with Android 4.2.2. As for the price and availability on the market of this new device we have no information, but it seems that it will be marketed in the two black and white variants.
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