Dual SIM HTC Desire 600 now official. HTC One sales may have reached 5 million units

HTC has just announced the Desire 600, a new smartphone presented as “the first mid-range handset to offer HTC’s latest Sense 5 experience” (including BlinkFeed).

Running Android Jelly Bean, the Desire 600 is also one of the few out there to come with dual SIM capabilities and a quad-core processor (1.2 GHz). Other features: 4.5 inch qHD display, HSPA connectivity, dual front-facing speakers, BoomSound, Beats Audio, 1.6MP front-facing camera, 8MP rear camera with 720p video recording, 1GB of RAM, and 8GB of expandable memory.

HTC says we will be able to buy the Desire 600 starting early June (that is very soon). There is no word on the handset’s price. In any case, it’s going to be available “with mobile operators and major retailers in a number of markets”, in two color versions: black and silver.

HTC Desire 600 Android Jelly Bean dual SIM official 2

HTC Desire 600 Android Jelly Bean dual SIM official

Until the Desire 600 hits the market, the WSJ (subscription required) is reporting that HTC has sold about 5 million One flagship smartphones around the world. That’s half the number of Galaxy S4s shipped by Samsung, but it’s still a nice figure – especially since HTC is having a lot of troubles lately, culminating with some execs (including Chief Product Officer Kouji Kodera, and Vice President of Global Communications Jason Gordon) leaving the company.

Author: Florin

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