HTC launches Desire 626 with 13-megapixel rear camera

New Delihi (ANI) : Taiwanese multinational manufacturer of smartphones and tablets HTC has launched a new mid-range smartphone in India, the Desire 626 Dual SIM. The smart phone is available for sale at Rs. 14,990.

It will be available in Blue Lagoon and White Birch colour variants with major retailers in the coming weeks. The Desire 626 Dual SIM bears 16GB of built-in storage that can be expanded via microSD card (up to 32GB). It features a 13-megapixel rear camera with a BSI sensor, f/2.2 aperture, 28mm lens, and LED flash, apart from a 5-megapixel fixed-focus front-facing camera with a BSI sensor.

“Our customers are gradually looking for stylish 4G LTE enabled smartphones with faster processors, network speeds and outstanding battery life. They are creating and consuming rich video content and want greater freedom to personalise their smartphones. At a remarkable price, the HTC Desire 626 Dual SIM delivers the distinctive features with an outstanding user experience in a sleek, chic, slim package,” said Faisal Siddiqui, President, HTC South Asia.

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Headquartered in New Taipei City, Taiwan, HTC began as an original design manufacturer and original equipment manufacturer, designing and manufacturing devices such as mobile phones, touchscreen phones, and PDAs based on Windows Mobile OS. After initially making smartphones based mostly on Windows Mobile, HTC expanded its focus in 2009 to devices based on Android, and in 2010 to Windows Phone.
HTC is also the pioneer in manufacturing the smartphones with Google Android operating system.

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