HTC to release the Desire SV dual-SIM smartphone in Europe this month

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HTC has decided to release the dual-SIM Desire SV smartphone in Europe, starting later this month. Announced for India first, the smartphone will now be available in Europe too with Russian customers being the first to enjoy HTC’s gizmo. Wider market availability is expected later.

Being more budget-oriented than other smartphones, the HTC Desire SV does not pack a lot of muscle. It comes with a 4.3-inch WVGA display that features Gorilla Glass 2 and a dual-core chip that runs at 1.7 GHz. The Desire SV also has 768 MB of RAM, an 8 MP rear camera, Beats Audio and 4 GB of on-board storage.

Customers in Russia will have the chance to purchase the HTC Desire SV for 14 900 rubles, which translates into around EUR 370. The price in other European countries should be similar to this one when the smartphone launches there too.


Source: Intomobile.com

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