It’s perfectly understandable that such premium phones as the recently launched iPhone 6, the Samsung Galaxy S5, the LG G3 or the HTC One M8 are the first to stand in the limelight. After all, who isn’t excited about the latest technology? There are, however, a number of not so high-end phones that still deserve our attention. One of such handsets is the HTC Desire 510 released by Sprint last week. As promised, the phone is now available also at Boost Mobile priced at $99.99 without contract, and will be coming to Virgin Mobile soon.
Cricket wireless boasts that will be among the first to launch the HTC Desire 510 in the United States. The smartphone will be available in all Cricket stores as well as online next week on September 19th. Additionally the phone will be sold in GameStop retails located across the U.S. with Cricket’s no-annual contract wireless service which is set to follow in October. This is the result of the partnership between the two companies that was announced earlier this week, the GameStop will be selling Cricket service in its locations.
Saying that “the latest and greatest technology shouldn’t be reserved for those with the highest budget”, HTC announced a new phone to join the Desire lineup. The Desire 510 is said to be the current most budget-friendly smartphone housing high speed 4G LTE connectivity. The phone is reported to be available in Europe, Asia as well as through selected US carriers, though its launch date and price tag are still unknown.