12 months ago, HTC pledged to slim down its product offerings and only focus on hero handsets. Despite that promise, the handset maker seems to be camping on most of the alphabet for its current set of products. One of them is a top-end pre-paid handset: the HTC Desire X. Pre-paid devices used to carry a stigma of being underpowered and under-specced, but this handset is here to set the record straight.
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We didn't have to wait long for an official announcement and details on HTC's new Desire X, which was essentially confirmed as a goer a few days ago. The new model was announced yesterday at the IFA consumer electronics show in Berlin, confirming the specs and a September launch, but no pricing.
HTC appears to be dragging the Desire brand back out in front of everyone despite promising to stop making so many goddamn phones. The mid-range Proto will reportedly be sold as the Desire X and sit with the rest of the One lineup between the One X and the One V.