HTC Desire 600 will bring BoomSound and BlinkFeed to the mid-range market

The HTC Desire 600 is a quad-core, dual-sim phone which is set to go on sale in Europe and the Middle East from early next month.

There are usually two reasons people choose to buy a Chinese phone, one is the low price and high specs and the other is the ability to run dual-sim cards. Unfortunately many of these phones aren’t readily available in your home country and can be tricky to order from China, but from next month there will be another option.

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HTC have officially unveiled their mid-range HTC Desire 600 which packs a quad-core Snapdragon 200 CPU, 1GB RAM, 4.5-inch display and dual-sim support along with features such as BlinkFeed and BoomSound which until now were only found on the flagship HTC One.

Pricing has yet to be confirmed but we do know the Desire 600 will go on sale in China, Russia, Ukraine and the Middle East from early June.

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  1. gautham
    May 26, 2013

    the Snapdragon 200 is the cheapest and least powerful quad core from qualcomm . its only cortex a5 . mtk89 is at least 30% better as its an a7 . also max cam resolution is only 8mp . typically , antutu is around 9000-11000

  2. balcobomber25
    July 18, 2014

    Most Chinese flagships will be more powerful and probably cost around the same. Snapdragon 200 is far from mid range. You’ll be paying for Boomsound and the HTC logo.