64 Bit Android: Beautifully Designed HTC Desire 820 Officially Launched At IFA
As expected, HTC has unveiled it’s 64-bit mid-range Android, the HTC Desire 820 at the IFA. As expected, the Desire 820 comes with a 64 bit Snapdragon SoC. The Snapdragon 615 is Qualcomm’s mid performance octa core SoC. It comes with four1.8 Cortex A53 Cores and four 1 GHz Cortex A53 Cores.
HTC Desire 820 Launched With Snapdragon 615 And 5.5 Inch 720p Display
The HTC Desire comes with a 5.5 inch 720p display, in addition to the 64 bit Snapdragon processor on board. For a mid-ranger, the specs of the device end up being quite decent. Apart from the specs, the device also seems to be beautifully designed as well.
Bezels are remarkably thin on the HTC Desire 820 and the rounded off corners of the device blend in perfectly with the chassis. This coupled with two toned colors on the device makes for a very aesthetically pleasing combination.
These aren’t the Desire 820’s only strong points however. Catered towards those who prefer to take their devices more lightly and for entertainment purposes, the HTC Desire 820 comes with an impressive camera and speaker combination as well.
Of particular importance is the front camera on the device, which has a resolution of 8 MP. This should suffice for anyone’s selfie taking needs. The camera resolution is combined with software that let’s you manipulate your images in any way including combining them with your friend’s photos as well. Rear camera for the device is 13 MP.
Speakers on the Desire 820 are HTC BoomSound speakers which ensure a good multimedia experience. This combined with custom graphic themes on the device end up making it a solid, well rounded device indeed.