HTC has another inspiring device up their sleeves, the HTC A55 will soon join the popular Desire lineup. Scheduled to be unveiled shortly before this year’s World Mobile Congress, the new phone seems to come with a mouth-watering list of specs proper for high-end flagships. Other than that said to be one of the most unusual and exciting premieres of the year, the upcoming HTC Desire is simultaneously rumored to carry the Desire line reasonable price tag. If you feel like interested in this new HTC phone, stay with us since we’re going to take a close-up at it.
High-end HTC Desire in the works
According to the leaked material the HTC A55 Desire appears to be a high-end offering sporting a pretty massive 5.5-inch display with QHD 1440x2560p resolution that translates to high quality pixel density of 534ppi.
The device is also expected to come powered by a 64-bit MediaTek MT6795 processor clocked at 2.0GHz and paired with 3GB RAM. This advanced chipset featuring eight able to work separately cores along with a 13-megapixel main camera makes the phone capable of recording 1080p videos.
As for the mentioned shooter, the HTC A55’s back camera will probably be a Sony-made sensor with LED flash and support of a 4-megapixel UltraPixel (or even 13-megapixel) camera located on its front. Other specs of the A55 include 32GB of built-in storage, BoomSound technology stereo speakers and a battery about which we know only that it should be smaller than 3,000 mAh one.
In the field of operating system, the A55 users will be provided with a great software experience delivered by the latest Android 5.0 Lollipop with the HTC-own Sense 7.0 UI installed on the top of it.
When it comes to availability and pricing, the HTC A55 is rumored to debut at the end of this month dressed in three color options that is White Rose Gold, Gray and Brown Gold. Additionally, the phone will receive its own Dot View case. Furthermore, there will be two variants of the phone both targeting at different markets, the single SIM one for Europe and Middle-East countries and the dual-SIM model for Asian markets.