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HTC Announces Desire 510: First 64-bit Android Phone

HTC Announces Desire 510: First 64-bit Android Phone
News from AnandTech:

While normally one might expect high end phones to get the latest and greatest features first, this time we see a bit of a surprising reversal. The Desire 510 is HTC’s first 64-bit phone, and the first announced device with Snapdragon 410. For those that aren’t familiar with Snapdragon 410, it has four Cortex A53 CPU cores running at 1.2 GHz, along with an Adreno 306 GPU which suggests that it is a mild modification of the current Adreno 305 GPU that we see in the Snapdragon 400. Overall, this should make for a quite fast SoC compared to Snapdragon 400, as Anand has covered in the Snapdragon 410 launch announcement.

While it may seem strange that ARMv8 on Android phones is first to appear on a budget smartphone, it’s quite easy to understand how this happened. Looking at Qualcomm’s roadmap, the Snapdragon 810/MSM8994 is the first high-end SoC that will ship with ARMv8, and is built on a 20nm process. As 20nm from both Samsung and TSMC have just begun appearing in shipping chips, the process yield and production capacity isn’t nearly as mature as 28nm LP, which is old news by now.

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HTC Desire 816 vs Sony Xperia C3 DualSIM Phones
News from Best Specs and Features … – The Fuse Joplin:

The latest Sony Xperia C3, known as world’s best selfie device was currently releasedin July. Also, The Xperia C3 smartphone will make its debut on the store shelves in the Q3 of 2014, while the HTC Desire 816 was launched this year in May. For those who are interested in these two handsets here it is a comparison about specifications and features.

Exterior comparison

It is captivating that both the devices feature the same wide display of 5.5 inch similar to phablet and a screen resolution of 720 x 1280 pixels with a pixel density of 267 ppi. Noneoftheless, the display technology differs. The Sony Xperia C3 comes with an IPS LCD display, whereas the HTC Desire 816 has Super LCD2 display.

The HTC handset rolls out with a shiny polycarbonate plastic-made exterior as against the metallic exterior of the flagship HTC One M8. However, the matte effect in the corners of the handset offers a rugged, pleasant look to the device, according to Trusted Reviews. The Sony phone comes with Triluminos display tech that is similar to mobile BRAVIA Engine 2 and high end Sony handsets. This compound provides the average Xperia C3 phone with better color and picture reproduction.

Sony Xperia C3 and HTC Desire 816 have the thickness and the weight of 0.30 inch and 0.31 inch respectively 149 g. and 165 g.

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