HTC adds a splash of color to three new Desire phones
HTC's Desire range of [UNKNOWN] smartphones have been given a quite literal splash of color to brighten your day.
There are three new additions to the Desire range, 530, 630, and 825.
And all three share the two-tone polycarbonate body with these lovely dabs of paint splashed all over.
I'm quite keen on the look.
It's a nice bit of fun, and certainly a lot brighter than many other budget handsets.
If you want a more personal look, you can even attach a lanyard or one of those charms to the loop on the back.
The 530 and 630 are physically identical, packing 5-inch 720p displays and front-firing BoomSound speakers.
They both run Android Marshmallow with HTC Sense interface over the top and both of them have [INAUDIBLE] 16 gigabytes of storage.
While the 530 has an 8 megapixel camera, though, the 630 has a 13 megapixel camera, and a slightly more powerful processor, as well.
The A25, meanwhile, has a larger, 5.5 inch 720 b display, a 13 megapixel camera, and, also, has 16 gigabytes of storage.
So, it's really just about that larger screen.
All 3 phones are due to go on sale in March, although prices and regional availability are yet to be announced.
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