They can't all be the One: A midrange handset HTC unveiled earlier this year appears to have found a carrier home in the US. Judging from the product shot above, it could very well be one worthy of desire.
Apparently taking a break from flagship smartphones with the coveted One branding, the HTC Desire 610 is a decidedly midrange affair that delivers the same stylish looks with a more wallet-friendly plastic casing.
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HTC first unveiled the Desire 610 in February, and the 4.7-inch handset appears to finally be on its way out of international hibernation and headed straight for the shelves of Ma Bell.
Whatever you Desire
Featuring a 960 x 540 display, the Desire 610 isn't quite the pixel-packing heavyweight compared to its older HTC One M8 cousin, but not everyone wants or needs the biggest around.
With a mere 8GB of onboard storage, the Desire 610 is powered by a quad-core Snapdragon 400 processor with 1GB of RAM running Android 4.4 KitKat. It has a respectable 8MP rear camera.
Since the handset has previously been outed as packing 4G LTE, the Desire 610 would seem to be a no-brainer for AT&T's speedy network, and the device should feature a full complement of HTC apps and services to boot.
About the only thing we don't know is when AT&T will start stocking the shelves with the HTC Desire 610, but given the handsome product shot, we'd say the wait isn't likely to be much longer.
- For everyone else, there's always our review of the Samsung Galaxy S5!