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HTC Desire 320 unveiled as budget blower at CES 2015

HTC has just unveiled a brand new entrant to its smartphone line-up – the HTC Desire 320.

The entry-level device is built as a successor to last year’s HTC Desire 310, and comes packing a ‘quality user experience’, albeit with low-tier specs.

Peter Frølund, HTC’s UK and Nordics GM, said: “Marrying super-fast processing with premium HTC features in a compact form, the HTC Desire 320 delivers a quality experience for the budget conscious well beyond its entry-level model status.”

“Following on from the success of the HTC Desire 310, it boasts enhanced power and memory to enable more people to benefit from a quality smartphone experience that delivers the perfect balance between smart essentials and value.”

The HTC Desire 320 comes packing a quad-core 1.3GHz processor, a 5-megapixel camera, and a 4.5-inch display.

It runs off Android 4.4 KitKat, with the usual HTC software bundled on top, including Video Highlights and BlinkFeed.

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The budget blower will get UK pricing and availability ‘in the near future’, although the mark-up will be assuredly low considering the underwhelming spec sheet.

Those keen to snap up the cheap-as-chips smartphone will be able to purchase the device in two colour options, namely Vanilla White and Dark Grey.

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