HTC has formally introduced the new Desire 510 smartphone running Android 4.4 KitKat with HTC Sense support. The all new Desire 510 bears the design language already visible in the Desire 816, Desire 510 and Desire 616. HTC has packed the new Qualcomm Snapdragon 410 mobile chipset inside and also offered 4G LTE network support with this mid-range smartphone. HTC Desire 510 will be available in Terra White and Meridian Grey colour options from select regions in Europe, and Asia in coming few weeks.
HTC has brought the successor of the HTC Desire 500 smartphone – Desire 510. Bearing the new HTC design language, the Desire 510 packs great set of features for a mid-range device. HTC has housed a quad-core 1.2 GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 410 mobile chipset, which is paired with 1 GB RAM. This basic hardware is expected to drive the HTC Sense 6.0 UI layered on top of Android 4.4 KitKat. By default, the smartphone offers 8 GB on-board storage and memory slot to hold up to 128 GB MicroSD card.
Obviously HTC has implemented the host of features such as BlinkFeed, HTC Connect and more. At the rear, the Desire 510 flaunts a 5 megapixel camera without LED flash for imaging. In its front there is a VGA quality camera for video calls.
Most interesting feature of the Desire 510 is the support for 4G LTE network for following frequencies – 800 MHz /1800 MHz /2600 MHz supported using a micro SIM module. Other features include WiFi, Bluetooth 4.0, DLNA support, A-GPS with GLONASS support and micro USB 2.0 support.
HTC has packed 2100 mAh battery inside the Desire 510 smartphone.