HTC Desire X pictures leak

HTC has kept everyone in the dark about what it’s codenamed “Proto” smartphone will really be called when it is announced. With the help of some some retail listings, we’ve been lead to believe that the device will be the Desire X.

It is understood that the device is a 4-inch smartphone that will will sport 512MB of RAM, 9.62mm thick body, a WVGA SLCD screen, 4GB of internal storage, a 5MP camera and will support Beats audio; the price point of the device has been worked out at being around $454, £288.

A listing for the device comes up on ePrice which also reveals its specs and exterior's aesthetics, and although we know something is definitely coming from HTC’s end, we’re hoping it’ll be unveiled at IFA 2012.

Source: Technytt

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Just give me the HTC Radar WP8, with a good 8MP camera, good processor, ram, space and without the plastic bottoms, I will buy it in a heartbeat.

This looks ugly!!!

WaqasTariq said,
Just give me the HTC Radar WP8, with a good 8MP camera, good processor, ram, space and without the plastic bottoms, I will buy it in a heartbeat.

This looks ugly!!!

The front of the device looks fine, the back however..

so much for the mantaining less devices strategy... they will continue to saturate the market and flop as usual bad move HTC

Wyn6 said,
Looks the same as other HTC devices. I'm seeing very little to no differentiation here.

they want to be samsung but they are not...

its obvious that they dont have the size nor the capacity to handle so much interations, models and branding like samsung but they insist in releasing so many devices most of them low quality that in the end affects their own brand

What happened to "Desire" being the premium brand? This doesn't look an improvement over my first "smart phone"; the HTC Desire.

I think the One series is meant to be their premium brand. Supposedly they're focusing on a smaller product range with fewer cheap end devices.

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