HTC has announced its latest handset, Desire X, at IFA 2012 in Berlin.
The new phone comes with Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, dual-core 1GHz chip, 4-inch screen, and HTC’s Sense user interface.
Looking distinctly familiar to the HTC’s quad-core flagship model, the Desire X is like a miniaturised version of the HTC One X, but with a few extra features.
The Desire X has a removable back, giving access to the battery, and also a MicroSD card slot.
The phone comes with 766MB RAM and 4GB of memory, with 1GB of that being user accessible, as well as a 5mp camera.
Although the Desire X comes with Beats Audio music enhancing technology, HTC has said that the phone will not come with Beats Audio headphones.
Although there’s no official price, the mid-range Android phone will be cost somewhere between the price of the HTC One V and the HTC Desire C, meaning it will probably be under the £200 mark.
The HTC Desire X will be available in the UK mid-September.
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