HTC on Thursday launched the new Desire 326G dual-SIM smartphone in the Indian market. The phone carries a price-tag of INR 9,590 and will be available beginning today in the country.
Desire 326G dual-SIM was first showcased at the One M9+ and E9+ India launch event last month and scheduled to arrive in late-May. It seems the launch was delayed by a few days.
Coming to the specifications, Desire 326G features a 4.5-inch FWVGA display and is powered by 1.2GHz quad-core Spreadtrum processor. The phone also packs Android 4.4 with Sense Lite, dual-SIM card slots, 1GB of RAM, 8GB of internal storage and microSD card slot.
According to the company, the smartphone is being offered in White Birch and Black Onyx colours and comes bundled with offers from Hungama (three months premium subscription) and Myntra (discounts worth INR 5K).
came really close to beating redme2 on price to specs ratio.
It fall behind. only due to the
a good effort by HTC surely better than samedung/HellG/Phony in the sub 10K range
hey u feel this as a good effort 4.4 kitkat,fwvga display,cheap processor and the worse thing is sense lite.i like only camera nothing else.
so instead of upgrading Desire 526G+ to lollipop or offering a pricecut to better compete with the likes of Motorola or Lenovo, HTC just launched a pricier model with even more crappy specs. HTC, well done.