Those in Europe can look forward to getting the HTC Desire SV. The dual-SIM phone has been officially introduced in Russia and is expected to arrive there before the end of the month. This bodes well for the SV’s future release in more European countries.
Dual-SIM HTC Desire SV unveiled, coming soon to Asia with WVGA screen and dual-core CPU
If you had trouble keeping up with HTC’s rather hectic smartphone naming scheme, the company’s latest dual-SIM mid-ranger will only make things harder to understand. The Desire SV is not to be mistaken with the recently released C and X members of the Desire family, though the three have quite a lot in common.
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