HTC announces 3 new additions to the Desire series for Chinese carriers

HTC Desire VT T328t

It’s been quite some time since we have heard about any news or future additions to HTC’s Desire series of smartphones. Chinese Android users will be happy to hear that HTC has just introduced 3 new devices that will attempt to reestablish the Desire name into the Android community. Meet the HTC VT T328t, VC T328d and the V T328w. Each phone is destined to a different Chinese carrier yet all three will have nearly identical specs comprising of a 4-inch S-LCD WVGA (854 x 480) display, Sense 4 with ICS, 1 GHz single-core processor, 5 MP camera, 512 MB of RAM, 4 GB of internal memory with microSD card support, and Beats Audio.

HTC plans on having these devices on shelves by the end of the month, however they look to be a Chinese exclusive for now. I don’t want to jump the gun, but does anyone else think that HTC just might be heading down the old path of quantity versus quality? The fact that we are already hearing reports of possible hardware design flaws with their One series, I truly hope that HTC will stay true to their commitment to focus on better quality handsets. Let us know what you think in the comments and hit the break for more images.

HTC Desire VC T328d

HTC Desire V T328w

source: UnwiredView

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Yet another one of Krypton’s last son’s, Tony grew up in a small town not too far from Dallas, Texas. Being a lover of all things games, a good part of his childhood was spent mastering Mortal Kombat techniques and perfecting Fatalities, yet he always made time for artistic endeavors such as singing, acting and playing in rock bands. Tony graduated from the University of North Texas in Music Performance for Double Bass. He freelanced in the DFW area and taught privately for several years. During this time, he discovered the benefits a smartphone could make in his line of work, being able to respond to gig offers in a timely manner and navigate to performances with GPS, all while on the go. He did months of research, finally deciding on the Android OS. And the reason you ask? Emulators. The fact that he now had a phone, GPS system, instant messenger, mp3 player, camera and 4 different videogame consoles with 100+ games, all in a single device, was mind blowing. Tony’s new love for Android blossomed rather quickly into an obsession that landed him a job with Sprint. He now gets to play with all kinds of phones, fix them and write about them for Talk Android.