Tuesday, August 26, 2014

HTC Desire 820 – the world’s first 64-bit Android-smartphone – Overclockers.ru

Currently, the Taiwanese company HTC is preparing to launch its new smartphone. The novelty, dubbed HTC Desire 820, has all chances to become the world’s first Android-smartphone with a 64-bit processor, write about what our colleagues in the GSMArena.

According to the publication, the official account of HTC Chinese social networks Sina Weibo appeared teaser with a message about the imminent release of a new smartphone HTC Desire 820 and “references” on September 4 and 64-bit. Probably, the official announcement of new products will take place shortly before the start of IFA 2014, September 4, at a special event for the HTC press.

Also, HTC has not forgotten to mention that in 2008, she released first Android-smartphone HTC Dream or T-Mobile G1, in 2012 – the first smartphone with a camera with an aperture f / 2.0, it was HTC One X, in the same year released HTC Butterfly display Full HD. In 2013 he was presented HTC One (M7) – the first smartphone with a unique camera UltraPixel, and this year appeared on the market the flagship HTC One second-generation dual-camera to create images with three-dimensional effects. And next week will debut the world’s first Android-smartphone on a 64-bit, eight cores. Most likely, based on HTC Desire 820 lies Qualcomm Snapdragon chipset 615, which includes eight cores Cortex-A53 and graphics system Adreno 405 GPU. Other technical specs are still kept secret.


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