HTC has recently launched a new midrange handset in the shape of HTC Desire 650. The device has been in the rumor mills for quite some time now, but the company has now listed it on its official Taiwanese website.
Like many other HTC Desire handset, you will love the magnificent design of the Desire 650, especially the special lines on the rear shell that make it a lot easier to hold, despite the fact that it is still small enough to be held in one hand.
The new HTC Desire 650 has a decent amount of specs and features that it brings on board. As mentioned, it is relatively small with a screen size of 5 inches. The display panel is a TFT LCD with a resolution of 1280 x 720 pixels. This delivers a pixel density of 294ppi. Under the hood, the Desire 650 gets a solid spec sheet for a midrange handset. There is a quad core Qualcomm Snapdragon processor on board and this is paired with a RAM of 2GB. The phone has a storage of 16GB, which is, of course, a small package for many, but there is room to add a microSD card of up to 2TB.
According to Taiwanese tech giant, the HTC Desire 650 comes with a high pixel camera that delivers great shots and videos that are also sharp to the eye. The smartphone’s camera also gets support for panorama mode with ability to capture angles of up to 180 degrees. All these, together with an aperture of f/2.2, can be found on the rear 13MP snapper. On the other hand, the front snapper has a 5MP lens with f/2.8 aperture, but you still get support for HDR mode, touch shooting as well as 1080p video recording.
The midrange HTC Desire 650 comes with a 2200mAh battery unit and is powered by Android Marshmallow out of the box. Unlike the recent HTC Bolt, you still get a 3.5mm headphone jack and microUSB 2.0. There is also support for LTE and NFC connectivity and apparently, the phone will start selling from $170.