Tuesday , February 20 2018

HTC Desire 626 (A32) leaks with Octa-Core MediaTek processor

Desire 626 - hero
Contender for the vacated internet leaking title, @Upleaks has just produced another leak of a HTC device, showing off renders and specs for the HTC Desire 626, codenamed (A32).

The phone will be a mid-range device with a MediaTek MT6572 Octa-Core processor, 2GB of RAM, although a variant with a Snapdragon 410 processor and 1GB RAM will also be made available for Chinese mobile carrier China Unicom. The Desire 626 will feature a 5″ HD (presumably 720P) display, it will also come with 16GB of storage but no mention of microSD card and there will be a 2000mAh battery onboard.

The phone has been shown off in Purple and White, though they both have carrier branding on the rear panel, so other colours could be made available in other regions. The rear panels also confirm that the phone will come with 4G compatibility.

Software wise, the Desire 626 will come with Android 4.4 (with Sense 6.0 presumably) though an update to Android 5.0 (Lollipop) is planned for after the phone is on the market.

Whether the phone makes it to Australia or not is unclear, though we didn’t see the Desire 620 released here in Australia officially. We’ll know more when HTC officially announce the phone.

Source: @upleaks.

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3 Comments on "HTC Desire 626 (A32) leaks with Octa-Core MediaTek processor"

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Ahamed Dooha
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So with HTC now having mediatek will they be the next company to violate GPLv2? Hopefully they can get mediatek to finally do the right thing even though they’ve been talking source for nearly 12 months.

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What was the issue with GPLv2? Source?

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