HTC Desire 820G+ Dual-Sim Smartphone launched In India

HTC Desire 820G+ Dual-Sim Smartphone Launched in India at Rs. 19,990. Its has 5.5 inch HD Display with 720*1280 Pixels. Its available in saffron Grey, Milky way white grey, and Santorini white color.

HTC one of best and popular Mobile Company in the world. Its always try to provide best in best product in cheap price to be in Competitions with other manufacturer. I am Going to tell you HTC Desire 820G+ features and specification.  

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HTC Desire 820G+ Dual-Sim Smartphone launched

 

HTC Desire 820G+ Dual-Sim Smartphone launched

 

 

Hardware and Display

Its Comes with 5.5 inch IPS LCD Capacities touchscreen display with Android 4.4 Kitkat Operating System. Its Powered by 1.7 GHz Oct-Core Midiatek processor with Mali 450 GPU. Its a Dual Sim mobile phone with Nano Sim card. Its has also 1 GB RAM and 16 GB Internal Memory which can be extended by Micro SD Card upto 32 GB. Another extra feature is its has HTC’s Signature Boom sound front facing speaker. 

Camera & Network

Camera Feature, Its Primary Camera is 13 MP with LED Flash and Auto Focus. Its Front facing Camera is 8MP with 1080P. Its Rear and Front camera quality is so good like other HTC smartphones because of Rear Camera has Aperture and BSI senser. Primary camera pixel size is 4160*3120 Pixels. Its weight is only 155gm. 

Its support 3G, GPRS,/EDGE, GPS/A-GPS, Wi-Fi and Micro-USB Network and Hardware Connectivity. HTC Desire 820G+ does not support 4G connectivity. 

Battery

Its Comes with 2600 mAh Battery capacity, Its Talktime upto 12 Hour in 3G and upto 32 Hour in 2G. Its Standby time is upto 560 Hour in 3G.

During Launch, HTC President, South Asia, Faisal Siddiqui said that “As our customers create and consume more rich video content and want greater freedom to personalize their smartphones, they are increasingly looking for bigger and better screens, faster processors, amazing sound, and outstanding battery life. We also know that they want more flexibility that comes with expandable memory”

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