In between all the hype made by Samsung, LG and Motorola, who prepare to release new smartphones at IFA 2012, that begins tomorrow, we now have some news about the HTC Desire X, a new smartphone coming from the Taiwanese company.
Thanks to ePrice, we have some pictures of the device, along with a lot of specs, though we can’t be sure everything is legit, unfortunately, because we don’t have any information from other sources. According to them, the HTC Desire X features a dual-core 1Ghz Snapdragon processor, 768MB of RAM, a 4-inch Super LCD WVGA 800×480 display, a 5MP camera and 4GB of internal storage.
The device will also come with 25GB free Dropbox storage for 2 years and its memory will be expandable through a microSD card slot. It seems like it will come with Android 4.0.4 ICS onboard, unfortunately, so you won’t get any Jelly Bean taste here.
These specs look really weird, especially the RAM memory, which seems really small, considering it comes with a dual-core CPU. It’s 5MP camera features a LED flash too, F/2.0 aperture and HTC’s ImageChip, which can take really high quality photos.
The HTC Desire X should be priced at about $360 without a contract in Europe, while it might hit the US with a price tag of $300. Its 1650mAh battery should offer it a good enough lifetime, considering its specs, which are comparable to Samsung’s old Galaxy S.
It’s possible that HTC’s new device will be a dual SIM phone, though nothing has been confirmed yet.
For more information and the HTC Desire X’s release date we will have to wait for IFA Berlin, which will begin very soon.