HTC despite not being always in the green of profit have made fine devices. It was no surprise that the HTC M7 swept away a lot of awards for mobile last year and you would expect the latest flagship, HTC M8 to bag a few this year too. However, one thing that usually goes unnoticed is that HTC makes some really good budget devices too. We have had the likes of Desire 816 in the past which are fine phones.
Keeping in line with that HTC has announced the Desire 510, yet another mid range budget smartphone, but with the LTE radio on board. In terms of looks, the Desire 510 looks a bit like the Desire 816, although much smaller. It brings a 4.7 inch display with FWVGA resolution. There is Snapdragon 400 chipset to engine the device with each of four cores clocked at 1.2 GHz. You have 1 GB RAm and 8 GB internal memory with support for Micro SD expansion. You have majority of Sense 6 goodness, such as Blinkfeed as well as support for dot view case here. The phone runs Android 4.4 KitKat out of the box.
The main camera unit on board is a 5 MP rear snapper, while the battery is rated at 2,100 mAh. The Desire 510 is expected to be released in Europe and parts of Asia before making way to the USA sometime in next month. Pricing and availability is known exactly known just as yet. In terms of color choices, you can pick between a white and a grey variant.