Two new HTC Android phones have surfaced, going under the names of HTC Desire P and HTC Desire Q. The entry to mid-range phones look destined for China and Taiwan, appearing in what appear to be adverts for the new handsets.
The HTC Desire P would seem to have the same design as the HTC One SV, the affordable 4G LTE handset we reviewed in February 2013. The details specify that the Desire P has a 4.3-inch 800 x 480 pixel display, 8-megapixel camera, 1GHz dual-core processor and microSD card support.
The HTC Desire Q appears to share its design with the HTC Desire X, an entry-level device that we reviewed in October 2012. It's said here to offer a 4-inch display, but little else is revealed aside from Beats Audio. We'd guess it shares specs with the 2012 phone we've previously seen.
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Glancing at the images shows that these new handsets are running Sense 4, so this isn't an indicator of future devices we should be getting excited about - more a case of back-catalogue filling. In short, these are Ps and Qs you don't have to mind.
We're sure there will be future Sense 5 devices from HTC to fill that mid-range gap, once the HTC One launch is out of the way.