This Friday the entry-level HTC Desire 510 will be available for purchase in the US carrier Sprint. The model will be offered by Virgin Mobile and Boost Mobile as well, both operators owned by Sprint. The specs of the Desire 510 include a 4.7-inch glass, resolution 480 x 854p. In the heart of the new phone is ticking quad-core silicon set at 1.2GHz with Qualcomm Snapdragon 410 with 64-bit. The provided RAM is 1GB. The built-in memory that is assured in the device is 8GB. Desire 510 comes with a microSD slot on board. The operating system that runs on the phone is Android 4.4 KitKat OS. It is customized with HTC Sense UI. The model will be updated with the Android L, which is not launched yet.
One of the features in the platform is BlinkFeed. The main camera sensor is with 5MP resolution set on the rare panel. On the front side is located 1.3MP. It is packed with loads of connectivity features, such as Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, GPS, 3G, 4G LTE on the Sprint Spark. In the gut of the Desire 510 is provided 2100mAh cell. The phone is coming in several color variants, such as dark grey, jet black, vanilla white and deep navy blue. Sprint will release first the blue version of the model on 19th of September. It costs $199.99 off-contract. Another option for buying the handset is the Easy Pay plan of Sprint. In this way the customer will pay $0 down payment and 24 months of $8.34.
Virgin Mobile and Boost Mobile will welcome the model next week. It will be launched by Virgin Mobile on 23rd of September. One day earlier, on 22nd of September the phone will land on the shelves of Boost Mobile. Both operators will offer the model for $99.99 with signed contract. HTC Desire 510 is a capable mid-ranger that comes at affordable price. Are you tempted yet?