HTC Desire 816

A supposed Sprint version of the HTC Desire 816 seems to have popped up at the FCC, indicating that the device may soon make its U.S. debut. The device has appeared at the FCC under model name 0P9C300, with a sketch highly reminiscent of the Desire 816. It's a CDMA phone with support for LTE bands 25, 26, and 41, indicating compatibility with Sprint's Spark network.

The HTC Desire 816 originally launched at Mobile World Congress 2014 as HTC's mid-range flagship device for 2014. The 816 features a 5.5-inch 720p display, a 1.6GHz Snapdragon 400 CPU, 1.5GB of RAM, and a 13-megapixel camera. It cropped up in China back in March, releasing in several European countries earlier this month. Our review of the phone found it to be a solid device for the size and price.

Would you buy a Desire 816 on Sprint? Sound off in the comments below!

Source: FCC, via: PhoneArena

 

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HTC Desire 816 with Sprint bands makes a stop at the FCC

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I would try it on Virgin if I get decent Spark coverage here.. Maybe..

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Then get the new HTC one DUH or even the original one m7 has better specs and smaller screen lol. People like you is why I loose faith. Go switch to iPhones lol

Seems like they're going for screen size over quality, how about a smaller screen with superior quality.

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this phone the lg volt, Kyocera hydro icon/vibe, Samsung gs5 are the only phones between virgin and boost that have sparq and with new phones coming they will most likely support it as well

check the screen shots on each carriers sites they will show the sparq icon