We'd like to hand it to the guys and gals of HTC. Despite the tight competition from other brands on the Android bandwagon, they’re still going strong, churning out mobile devices that are slapped with next-gen goodies phone geeks will love to bits. Case in point: the all-new HTC Butterfly S and Desire 600, a smartphone pair that's armed with a few unique features that sets it apart from the field. The good news is they’re now here in Pinas! Yay! Check them out below.
HTC Desire 600
Owning a facade that screams “premium,” you won’t be embarrassed to show off the Desire 600 in public—just be careful with the sneaky mandurukot. A 4.5-inch display dominates its front side, perfect if you like your big visuals. It has a pretty good pixel count, too, at 225ppi (pixels per inch), making sure the images you see are not only large but also of nice quality.
On the inside, the Desire 600 comes with a 1.2GHZ quad-core processor and 1GB of RAM, giving it enough muscle for your everyday mobile chores. It also has 8GB of storage, which should be enough for your file-saving needs. An 8-megapixel main camera that lets you shoot 720p HD videos is at the back while a 1.6-megapixel cam up front takes care of your selfie needs.
Pretty nice so far, but here’s where it gets really interesting: The Desire 600 is also a dual-SIM device! With its features, it’s one of the most packed dual-SIM handsets in the market today.
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