HTC Desire 820

The HTC Desire 820 is HTC's first 64-bit-capable mid-ranger, and the first to use Qualcomm's Snapdragon 615 processor. But if you're wondering exactly what is lurking beneath the 820's curved exterior, we've got the full spec sheet waiting after the break.

Category Features
Size 157.7 x 78.74 x 7.74 mm WEIGHT: 155 grams
Display 5.5 inch, HD720
CPU Qualcomm® SnapdragonTM 615, 1.5 GHz, Octa-Core CPUs & 1.0 GHz, Octa-Core CPUs
Platform AndroidTM with HTC SenseTM, HTC BlinkFeedTM
Memory Total storage: 16GB, RAM: 2GB, Expansion card slot supports microSDTM memory card for up to 128GB additional storage (card not included)
Network 2G/2.5G - GSM/GPRS/EDGE: 850/900/1800/1900 MHz (SIM1 & SIM2)
3G/3.5G - WCDMA: 850/900/1900/2100 MHz with HSPA+ up to 42 Mbps
3G/3.5G - TD-SCDMA: 1900/2000 MHz
4G - LTE: FDD: Bands 1,3,7,8; TDD: Bands 38, 39, 40, 41
SIM nano SIM (dual nano SIM)
Sensors Ambient Light Sensor, Proximity Sensor, Accelerometer
Connectivity 3.5 mm stereo audio jack
Bluetooth® 4.0 with aptXTM enabled
Wi-Fi®: IEEE 802.11a/b/g/n (2.4 & 5 GHz)
DLNA® for wirelessly streaming media from the phone to a compatible TV or computer
HTC ConnectTM
micro-USB 2.0 (5-pin) port
Sound HTC BoomSound
Dual frontal stereo speakers with built-in amplifiers
Sense Voice
Camera Rear camera: 13MP, BSI sensor, f/2.2, 28mm lens, 1080p video recording
Front camera: 8MP, BSI sensor, 1080p video recording
Multimedia Audio supported formats: Playback: .aac, .amr, .ogg, .m4a, .mid, .mp3, .wav, .wma (Windows Media Audio 9) Recording: .aac
Video supported formats: Playback: .3gp, .3g2, .mp4, .wmv (Windows Media Video 9), .avi (MP4 ASP and MP3) Recording: .mp4
Location Internal GPS antenna + GLONASS, Digital Compass
Battery Capacity: 2600 mAh, Embedded rechargeable Li-polymer battery
Talk time: Up to 22.4 hours for 3G
Standby time: Up to 424 hours for 3G
AC Adapter Voltage range/frequency: 100 ~ 240 V AC, 50/60 Hz
DC output: 5V and 1A
 

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HTC Desire 820 specs

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Pretty decent specs. If the price is right this could be a winner. I just think HTC need to do something with their naming of phones. Not exactly inspiring or memorable. People buying in this segment may not be Android superusers who remember names, specs and model numbers. If the naming was simplified and more memorable I think they'd have a little more success.

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Sensible comment and totally agree. Good product naming is a key factor in the mid to low range market. Especially when like HTC your brand is yet to have that powerful mind share like Samsung or Apple. When Nokia was 'king' it barely mattered what they called their handsets. It was a Nokia and that's all that mattered.

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+1 on the screen, if it was below 5'', could have well been my next. I wana take it on a ROM trip..

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For the mid range sector the specs are quite decent and I bet the price should be tagged accordingly, it's gonna rock!

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