HTC Desire Q And Desire P Specifications And Photos Revealed

The first time that we heard about HTC’s two upcoming devices was when they were first spotted and approved by the Taiwanese National Communications Committee. Details of both devices were scarce then as the document provided little information. Today however, photos and specifications of both devices were leaked showing us what these Android smartphones are about.

Based on the rumored specs of both devices they will be targeting the mid to entry level smartphone market.

HTC Desire Q


This model borrows design elements from the HTC Desire U and the HTC Desire V. As far as specification goes it is said to be similar to that of the Desire U. It’s going to feature a 4 inch display and is said to be a music-centric device. Little is known yet about this model aside from the fact that it will be sold in three different colors which are black, red, and white. It’s also going to cost 6,990 Taiwan Dollars or approximately US$234.

HTC Desire P


While little is known about the Desire Q the Desire P is a different story. This model will be similar in design compared to the HTC One SV. Reports indicate that it is going to feature a 1 GHz dual-core Snapdragon processor and use 1 GB of RAM. There’s also an 8 megapixel rear camera and a front camera is also provided for users to easily make video calls. The display size measures 4.3 inches. There’s going to be two colors available during launch which is red and white. Expect to pay 10900 Taiwan dollars for this or roughly US$365.

Both the Desire Q and the Desire P will feature Beats Audio technology which should make it a great device for use to listen to your favorite tracks.

These are just rumors though with nothing official yet coming out from HTC. Take this report with a grain of salt.

Right now HTC is concentrating on their latest flagship device which is the HTC One.

via gsminsider

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