We’ll need to hold up a while longer for the following HTC leading flagship, yet the Taiwanese cell phone maker did take the wraps off another budget friendly device at CES 2015. The HTC Desire 320 compared to its year old ancestor i.e. HTC Desire 310 performs a marginally better.

HTC Desire 320 is not more than an entry level Android phone packing a 4.5 inch LCD capacitive touchscreen with an older generation of 854 x 480 pixels not bad at all for an entry level smartphone. It has the same 4 core 1.3 GHz Mediatek processor as its old bro Desire 310. It sports a 5MP rear shooter, and the front one is 0.3-megapixel selfie cam, HTC Desire 320 holds 1 GB of RAM as a typical entry level phone. Built-in storage is 8GB and it can be boosted max 32 GB via MicroSD expansion slot It comes with Android 4.4 Kitkat with HTC’s Sense UI on top. It packs a decent amount of batter life holding capacity of 2100mAh. It is available in 2 colors Vanilla White and Dark Gray. The biggest flaw is that it doesn’t have the capacity to support 4G.

Pricing and release dates are yet not out. HTC is expected to show its HTC Desire 320 at CES 2015.



You may like to read: LG G Flex 2 Will Be Fueled By Snapdragon 810