HTC have released a new range of budget smartphone sin its native Taiwan which look to be some decent specced little budget Android phone wonders.
The new HTC the Desire L has been launched on the company Taiwanese website with full specs outlining the handset. The phone will come with a decent sized 4.3-inch Super LCD2 touch screen and will run a nippy 1 GHz dual-core processor with 1GB of RAM. Internally you will also get 4GB of built in memory and options for expansion with a MicroSD card slot. The handset has a 5 megapixel colour camera with autofocus with LED flash, and BSI sensor (to provide better low-light shooting), F2.0 aperture and 28mm wide-angle lens and the phone record 720p videos.
As with all HTC handsets it will run off the HTC Sense US and it will also have in built Beats Audio technology for Music and Video playback.
The handset also comes in White, Black and very visual Pink versions so you can see the handset is aimed at the Teen Market.
It’s a pretty nice looking budget phone so we hope HTC will see fit and release a version over here to fill our Teens pockets in Europe.