The Chinese manufacturer has officially unveiled the new HTC Desire C Android phone. This handset has been making appearances online by the codename Golf. HTC Desire C is an affordable Android OS powered handset with Beats Audio integration and it will ship with Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich OS out-of-the box. Looks wise, it looks identical to the yesteryear’s HTC Explorer handset.
If you need a specs refresher, here’s a brief look at the features of the HTC Desire C features:
# Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich OS with HTC Sense 4 UI sits on top of it
# 3.5-inch LCD display with 320 X 480 pixels of resolution
# Qualcomm Snapdragon S1 single-core processor clocked at 600MHz
# 512MB RAM
# 5MP rear-facing primary camera with F/2.8 aperture and 34mm focal length
# VGA front-facer for video calling on the front
# 4GB onboard storage with memory expansion support up to 32GB
# 25GB cloud space from Dropbox for 2 years
# 7.2Mbps HDPA connectivity, 802.11 Wi-Fi b/g/n, Bluetooth 3.0
# 1230mAH battery
HTC has confirmed that the Desire C will start hitting the European markets in May, reasonably priced at €200 (that’s roughly translates to $255). T-Mobile will offer it for just £170, sans the contract or you can grab it for free with a two-year agreement and you need to subscribe for a data plan for £15.50 a month.