If you’re in Europe right now, particularly in Ukraine, and you want to get hold of a dual-SIM phone running Android 4 ICS, well, luck is coming your way. Remember the dual-SIM HTC Desire V that we told you about a few days ago? It’s bound for the Ukrainian market in July.
With all the features that we’ve mentioned intact, the HTC Desire V will be priced at 3,800 grivnas (that’s around $470, in case you’re interested to know). Given its price, you’ve probably deduced that this HTC smartphone is a mid-range device. But don’t let this discourage you from checking it out. Aside from its dual-SIM capability, the HTC Desire V is packed with the usual suspects that you’ll find under the hood of most decent smartphones today.
Here’s a rundown of the specs of the HTC Desire V:
- 1GHz single-core Qualcomm processor.
- 512MB RAM
- 4GB internal memory
- 4-inch WVGA display
- 5MP camera with LED flash
- 3.5mm jack
- Beats audio
- 25GB of free Dropbox storage
- microSD card support
Not really the best features but good enough for a mid-range smartphone.
HTC has not revealed yet the other European markets where it plans to sell the Desire V, but we do hope that we will see it available on a wide scale. Most dual-SIM phone’s we’ve seen so far belonged to the lower side of the range, so HTC’s mid-ranger might open up the segment to a wider audience.
Will you be interested in getting this device considering that it has dual-SIM slots? It will definitely have a captive market in Asia and other parts of the world where dual-SIM phone is a hot commodity. What do you think?