For the last two years, HTC has been successful with its Desire lineup mainly because it is a midrange line. The company continued to manufacture high end smartphone models to try to compete with the likes of Apple and Samsung but to no avail.
When the HTC Desire 610 was launched in AT&T in July earlier this year, Taiwanese phone maker HTC also announced that it was going to expand and introduce other models of its Desire product line in the United States market, particularly through other carriers. Now, recent reports suggest that Verizon Wireless may be joining that select group of carriers that will be offering a Desire device soon. Apparently, images of the HTC Desire 612 appeared unannounced on Verizon's website. The first image was sighted in the equipment guide support web page of the carrier. Specifically, the image shows a schematic breakdown of the device. Rendered as an illustrated diagram, the image shows a frontal view of the phone complete with individual parts numbered (accompanied by a listing of said parts). Aside from the image, a user manual was also found.
When HTC unveiled the Desire 510 smartphone weeks ago, the phone maker mentioned several carriers that will be offering the device. One of the carriers mentioned was Boost Mobile. Now, it is finally made official. Boost Mobile is now selling the white color version of the HTC Desire 510 through its retails stores for $99.99 (no contract).
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