HTC’s A55 falls under Desire series and boasts impressive specs, HTC is working on another phone too, positioned on the high end. For now, we don’t know the name but we know it is designated internally as the HTC A55. Fascinating, and the best is yet to come because up leaks come to share much of its data sheet. The company had promised very heavy for the year 2015 and had also changed some of its way to sell following the example of Xiaomi. This first of January was punctuated by a few ads here and now the Taiwanese HTC A55, an upscale Desire.
This is the well known up leaks who showed us this smartphone, it also stipulates “A55 is not the next flagship, it is a terminal Desire”, so do not expect to see the features of HTC or Hima one of its variations. The A55 is clearly a high-end, it might even compete with the biggest, but it is not the flagship.
HTC A55 could be very close to the HTC Hima without inheriting the same materials.
According to the leaked up leaks confidence, it would be with a screen 5.5 inches WQHD (1440 x 2560) pixels, good for the whopping 534 pp, a 64-bit processor MediaTek MT6795 with eight 2.0GHz cores that can work simultaneously, 3GB of RAM, 32GB of internal storage, optical sensor back 20 megapixel camera with LED flash and a front sensor 13 megapixel or 4 ultrapixels, Boom Sound technology, a battery less than 3000 mag and Android Lollipop with Desire Sense 7.0.
It makes you want is not it? Its only flaw is its battery which has a limited capacity for such components. The A55 will allegedly be available in White Rose Gold, Brown, Gold and Gray color options. An impressive technical details that might make us think that of a flagship as HTC Hima, but this is the best of the Desire series.
“That” the best of Desire, as I say, it is already a very high-level smartphone that we have to do. If so, does HTC Desire for a smartphone, that will propose for its flagship? The Taiwanese manufacturer has promised heavy for 2015, going to two continents – an A55#UL variant, which is headed for Europe and the Middle East, and the dual SIM A55#DTUL model, which is apparently en route to Asia.