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HTC Desire 820 might Be The First 64-bit Android Smartphone

Aug 25 2014, 12:57pm CDT | by , in News | Mobile Phones

HTC Desire 820 might Be The First 64-bit Android Smartphone
Photo Credits: HTC
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In the image the Taiwanese company lists those instances in which its previous devices paved the way for a lot of cool tech we’re now-a-days seeing in almost every smartphone

We can agree that HTC hasn’t been the largest platform for Android but it is true that the smartphone manufacturer has always been ahead everyone else when it comes to trying out and introducing new features. HTC has always been the one to pave the way for others to follow its line and recently it posted a teaser image which indirectly indicates that the upcoming Desire 820 will also go down in history books as the first smartphone to do something. Whatever this something is, we are still not sure.

This image we are talking about here was shared by HTC via its official Weibo account and it usually lists those instances in which its previous devices paved the way for a lot of cool tech we’re now-a-days seeing in almost every smartphone on the market. The long list includes Dream, the Butterfly and the One X and it still isn’t ending with HTC One M7 and this year’s M8 with its duo camera setup. Now the Desire 820 has also become part of this list but we are still not being enlightened on what this key feature is which is going to make the phone stand out from the rest.

 

According to the rumors, the phone might become first Android smartphone to feature a 64-bit processor by Qualcomm, most likely the Snapdragon 615 octa-core, or perhaps the quad-core SD 610. But whatever it turns out to be, we are already getting vibes that this is going to HTC’s ‘hall of famer” and hence we will keep a close eye on its developments.

source: gforgames

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