HTC Launches Its Desire 616 Dual SIM Smartphone Across Asia.

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HTC Launches Its Desire 616 Dual SIM Smartphone Across Asia.

HTC has recently decided to make a huge move for emerging markets this year as it continues to look for ways to make up for its losses, and as of today, it has manage to launch a new dual SIM phone as it continues to release even more devices with a variety of price points to capture even more potential customers.

HTC Desire 616.

The HTC Desire 616 was at first launched within China during the weekend but is currently on sale in North Asia, South Asia, China and Russia.

This news comes right after HTC released a new plastic variant for its flagship One smartphone during the previous month, which also includes dual SIM support.

The five-inch HTC Desire 616 is powered by a 1.4 GHz octa-core processor, a 2000 mAh removable batter and comes along with a 4 GB onboard storage with the option for an extra 32GB of microSD storage. it also comes along with an eight-megapixel rear camera and two-megapixel front-facing camera, both of which cane take 108-p HD videos.

Prices for this device may be different from each other depending on the country.

HTC has also included BlinkFeed, firstly introduced on the HTC One, onto its latest device. BlinkFeed shows a stream of constant updates from new sites and social network, and there is also an option for ‘Offline Reading’ mode that allows the user to continue viewing articles on their on their list even without being connected, which likely to appeal to user in emerging markets whre people may become more conscious of using data. It also allows the user to include up to 120 articles onto their articles their reading list when connected online and access them offline.

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