HTC may be working on the extension of its Desire series, with two still unannounced Desire smartphones popping-up at Taiwan’s National Communications Commission.
The two phones are Desire P (model number T326h) and Desire Q (T328h), though as I’m writing this, we’ve no idea what these two are all about. We know that they won’t target the high-end of the market — we have the HTC One for that — and will most likely be offered to budget smartphone buyers. In that sense, there’s a chance some Western countries may not even get these two, which isn’t necessarily bad — most of us want a high-end smartphone. anyway.
As a reminder, the last HTC Desire smartphone we’ve seen was the Desire U, which was an everything but impressive device, running Ice Cream Sandwich rather than Jelly Bean out of box. We hope the Desire P and Desire Q won’t repeat that mistake…
[Via: Unwired View]