BARCELONA, Spain -- HTC has two new mid-range mobiles on show here at Mobile World Congress. This is the HTC Desire 816, a 5.5-inch Android effort.
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The display is HD, although not Full HD like the company's flagship HTC One. It'll show you 720p video, which is reasonable for a screen this big.
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The Desire 816 is rocking a capable 13-megapixel shooter on the back...
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...and this impressive 5-megapixel camera on the front, for pin-sharp video calls.
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It's available in this charming range of colours.
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A closer look at the screen resolution. Not too shabby.
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It's a curvy, plastic chassis in the vein of the iPhone 5C.
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It's packing HTC's brilliantly named Boomsound tech -- perfect for annoying fellow passengers on public transport.
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Data will stream miraculously towards your eyes as a result of its 4G LTE capabilities.
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A better look at that 13-megapixel snapper and its flash.
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It'll be available in a dual-SIM variant in some countries.
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