HTC recently changed the Quietly Brilliant motto and now it’s preparing to debut new devices, that include the newcomers Desire P and Desire Q, pictured below. We’re dealing with promo images of the handsets, that somehow reached the web ahead of time.


These are midrange models that are intended for people looking for budget Jelly Bean smartphones. HTC Desire P packs a 4.3 inch display with a WVA resolution and inside there’s a 1 GHz dual core CPU, 1 GB of RAM, plus an 8 megapixel shooter at the back. We’ve also got a microSD card slot on board and sadly we have no idea what the internal storage will be here.

Meanwhile, the Desire Q is the more compact version of the Desire P, with a 4 inch screen and pretty much the same specs as the model detailed above. HTC Desire Q’s specs weren’t mentioned, but we know that it will come in black, white and red and it will be priced at $235, lower than the Desire Q price tag of around $365. Both models come with Android 4.1 and Beats Audio and these devices will debut in China and then the rest of the world.


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