HTC Desire 820, Taiwanese Go Up All Bets to The 64-Bit

Maybe if friends, bet by the 64-bit HTC is that if last week knew the HTC Desire 510, we know today what will be your second device in build a chipset with 64-bit architecture, the HTC Desire 820.

Probably we will see it this week at the IFA in Berlin, where will be presented almost safely in the event that the Taiwanese have prepared for next Thursday day 4 of September.

As its nomenclature implies, it will be a device of major benefits that Desire 510, though it will not come to attack the most noble range, staying between the mid-range most compensated devices.

Its design is based on the basis of the latest HTC One although it will be made in plastic, and their specifications are crowned by its eight-core ARM Cortex-A53 chipset Qualcomm Snapdragon 615, four running at 1.7 GHz and other four to 1.3 GHz, in big architecture. LITTLE and with support for 64-bit.

We talk about a device of great court, with one screen of 5.5 inch that conform with HD resolution 720 p. The RAM will be 1.5 GB, and will feature dual camera – 13 megapixel rear and 8 megapixel front – without dual technology that HTC incorporates into its most cutting-edge devices.

If nothing is twisted, Désiré 820 debut likely Snapdragon 615 on the market, although surely it comes without native support for 64-bit architectures that will come with the update to Android. It will have to be very attentive to what they teach us HTC in the IFA within a couple of days.