HTC Desire 825, 630 and 530 unveiled, micro splash effect for unique devices

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HTC have unveiled some new device launching under the Desire serious. The new 825, 630, and 530 are set to offer each user a unique design with mid-range specs. Each device will have the back covered in slashes of paint using a micro splash effect. This makes every single device differ slightly for an urban style street-wear design.

The 530 and 630 both have 5-inch display, with the 830 bumping it up to 5.5-inches. Each device has a MicroSD slot and removable battery. Let’ takes a closer look at each device and what they have to offer.

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HTC Desire 530

Starting at the bottom tier. The 530 will offer the lowest specs with a 5-inch 720p display, a quad-core Snapdragon 210 chipset with a 1.1GHz clock speed and 1.5GB of RAM, Internal storage is 16GB with a MicroSD for expansion.

The camera on the back is an 8MP sensor with 5MP on the front. Battery life is nominal at 2,300mAh

HTC Desire 630

The 630 takes things up a notch, but keeps the 5-inch display with 1,280 x 720 resolution. The chipset is now the Snapdragon 400 with quad-core 1.6Ghz CPU and now has 2GB of RAM. Internal storage is 16GB with a MicroSD slot.

The rear shooter now has 13 million pixels to play with and the front facing stays the same with 5MP. Battery life is also bumped to 2,700mAh. The 630 will launch as a dual-sim only device.

HTC Desire 825

The 825 is the best of the three devices and mostly because of the design and inclusion of stereo speakers. Specs are very similar to the 630 bar a 5.5-Inch 720 display. We have the same Snapdragon 400 chipset with 1.6Ghz clock speed and 2GB of RAM. 16GB internal storage with MicroSD slot.

Camera is again the same with 13MP on the back and 5MP on the front. Lastly the 830 features high-res audio and as we mention above, the design includes dual speakers. Battery life is again the same 2,700mAh.

Pricing for the device has yet to be share, but the new phones are set to hit the shelves in March.

Craig O'Sullivan

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