HTC’s Desire lineup is the first to receive a 64-bit device. Thanks to the 1.2 GHz quad core 64-bit Snapdragon 410 mid-range processor, HTC Desire 510 can perform 64-bit computing operations with support for fast LTE connectivity at an affordable price. This would also mean the Desire 510 is ready for Android L, optimized for 64-bit processors.

Other features include a 4.7 inch screen with 854X480 resolution, 1GB RAM, 8GB of internal storage with Micro SD support. HTC could have increased the RAM capacity due to the existence of the 64-bit hardware. The battery is removable with a good 2100mAh capacity. Rear camera sensor is at 5 MP while the front camera is VGA. The Desire 510 runs on Android 4.4 KitKat with the latest Sense 6 but not a 64-bit version which is planned for when Android L rolls out. The HTC Desire 510 will be available globally soon, no mention of prices yet. Would you be interested in a 64-bit mid-ranger with fast 4G internet?

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Vinu has been passionate about tech world since his childhood. He is very curious about just how far any product can perform, even if it’s a low-end device. Apart from that, he loves to game with friends and some street photography- “You don’t need to own them to be passionate about it”.


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