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May 25, 2013

HTC Desire 600 makes its official debut

If the HTC One is a little over your budget, then you might be interested in the Taiwanese firm’s latest mid-range smartphone – the HTC Desire 600.

This handset sports a 4.5-inch qHD display which will play host to the Sense 5 UI that’s laid on top of Android Jelly bean. It runs on four Cortex-A5 processors chipset which clocks at 1.2GHz and that’s backed by 1GB of RAM and an Adreno 203 GPU.

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It’s outfitted with a pair of snappers; 8MP at the back and 1.6MP at the front. Speaking of stills and clips, the Desire 600 is equipped with Video Highlight feature that was first seen on the HTC One. What it does is that it stitches stored photos/videos on your phone to create a 30-second clip that you can share through HTC Share.

Apart from Video Highlight and Sense 5 UI, the Desire 600 shares other features with its high-end counterpart like the BlinkFeed and BoomSound speaker setup that’s backed by Beats Audio software.

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It seems that everything is going well for this dual-SIM handset until we got to the storage part. As if having an 8GB internal storage wasn’t bad enough, the handset also lacked a micro-SD slot that would’ve at least offset the drawback of having a rather fiddly storage capacity.

The HTC Desire 600 will initially be made available in select countries including Ukraine, Russia and some parts of the Middle East and Asia. The roll-out is said to kick off next month, but the pricing is yet to be disclosed.

HTC Desire 600 specs:

4.5-inch qHD S-LCD2 display, 245ppi
1.2GHz Snapdragon 200 quad-core processor
Adreno 203
1GB RAM
8GB internal storage
3G/HSPA+
Dual-SIM, dual-standby
WiFi 802.11 b/g/n
Bluetooth 4.0
8MP rear autofocus camera, LED flash
720p video recording
1.6MP front-facing camera
GPS w/ aGPS support, GLONASS
Li-Ion 1,800mAh battery
Android 4.2.1 Jellybean
Dimension: 134.8 x 67 x 9.3mm
Weight: 130g

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8 Responses to “HTC Desire 600 makes its official debut”

  1. Yusuf says:

    Correction – it doesn’t support HSPA+. It’s only limited to 7.2 Mbps.

  2. levijhun says:

    danda!!! kaso yung battery again. ;(

  3. Ben Astorga
    Twitter: benitoastorga
    says:

    According to AC there’ll be a micro-SD slot. I don’t know.. the comments there are saying otherwise too..

  4. Justin says:

    “The HTC Desire 600 will initially be made available in select countries including Ukraine, Russia and some parts of the Middle East and Asia.”

    … This remains to be seen. Knowing HTC, they’ll probably have another ‘supplier issue’ which would delay the release of this model.

  5. vince
    Twitter: Vincent
    says:

    battery life and if true, the lack of micro Sd card slot will be a big turn off. Sepcially if the price is similar to other HTC models, 20-30k

  6. nemesisdelta7 says:

    Yugatech specs says its dual sim – dual stand by but htc press release says its dual active Its great to finally see a dual active android
    Samsung mega 5.8 I hear is also dual active great news now we have more dual active phones

  7. zirc says:

    It has a micro-sd slot for you to expand the memory. It is a good phone, I have one now for a week already but the battery life is not that good. All in all the appearance and the performance, especially the sounds is good, again except for the battery.

    Not good if you’re into gaming and Data.

  8. shiki says:

    ALIN MAS BETTER SA DALAWA? HTC DESIRE 600 OR SAMSUNG GALAXY GRAND?

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This article was written by Ronnie Bulaong, a special features contributor and correspondent for YugaTech. Follow him on Twitter @turonbulaong.

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