HTC has rolled out the spanking new Desire 400 dual-SIM through one or two regional websites. The only problem is, some of its specifications appear to vary depending on which particular product page you’re inspecting.
According to the Ukrainian listing, the HTC Desire 400 has a dual core processor. Its back panel is supposed to sport a 5MP camera and its front, a VGA one. But the company’s Russian site says that it has an 8MP lens on the rear and a 1.2MP webcam above the touchscreen. It has also been noted that a 1.2GHz quad core Snapdragon 400 processor is hidden under the hood.
Even the dimensions don’t match on both websites. As for the rest of the features, we’re definitely looking at a dual SIM phone here. A 4.3″ 480 x 800p resolution touchscreen is pasted across the front face and 1GB of RAM keeps things working smoothly. There’s 4GB of memory onboard and because this is obviously going to fall short of hoarding needs, a microSD card slot is included too.
Lastly, the company has slipped in a 1800mAh battery which can apparently take users through 12 hours of talk time on 3G networks. These details come from GSMArena who dug them up through the Russian and Ukrainian HTC sites. There’s no word on the price or release date for now.
Quick look at the HTC Desire 400 dual-SIM’s key specs:
– 4.3″ 480 x 800p touchscreen
– Dual core processor
– 1.2GHz quad core chip
– Android OS with HTC Sense
– 1GB RAM, 4GB ROM, microSD support
– 8MP or 5MP back camera
– 1.2MP or lower webcam
– 1800mAh battery
– Black, white and blue colors