HTC Desire P and Desire Q Android Smartphones Mentioned in Official Documents
With the recent flagship HTC One announcement making headlines in world of tech and smartphone news, and with the gadget set to arrive in late March to early April, it’s the mid-range HTC Desire that now heads up the rumour mill with the early rumblings of two new models which should officially join the range in coming months.
The names of the HTC Desire P and Desire Q have been revealed in official documents from HTC in Taiwan and suggest the existence of a pair of affordable new handsets which would succeed the most recently launched HTC Desire X and Desire V.
Following suit with preceding Desires in a line-up which started life in 2010 as the first smartphone to feature Google’s Android platform, these models should feature respectable but scaled down spec offering an entry level Android experience and no frills mobile functionality at a more appealing price for non-demanding mobile owners.
It was understood that after focusing on the £500 HTC One, the company’s big number for 2013, they would then look to bringing down the price of owning one its products to better match rivals such as Samsung which provides low cost variations in its popular Galaxy range.