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Jason Estibeiro
Jason Estibeiro • Jan 8, 2016

HTC Desire 728 To Reach Indian Markets Next Week

It seems that HTC is only in the mood the launch its Desire handsets. After launching the Desire 728G and Desire 828 in the past two months, HTC has now launched the HTC Desire 728. There isn’t much of a difference between the 728G and the 728 model. In fact, the differences are so subtle that you’d probably wonder why did HTC launch a new model altogether. Let’s have a look at the specs of the device.

HTC Desire 728 has an HD screen of size 5.5 inches and the HTC BoomSound speakers with Dolby Audio. The phone is powered by a 1.3 GHz 64 bit Octa-Core processor and has 2 GB of RAM. The internal memory of the device is 16 GB. The only highlight of the phone (probably) is that memory is expandable upto a whopping 2TB.

The dual sim phone runs on the Android OS and comes with HTC Sense. HTC Sense allows the user to enjoy a new Android experience by providing them altered home screen, keyboard, additional widgets and other re-designed applications. Also the phone provides the HTC themes which enhances the capability of the customisation tools of the phone.


The rear camera of the device is of 13 MP and the front camera is of 5 MP resolution. It is possible to record a 1080p video using both the front and back cameras. Under connectivity, the phone offers 4G LTE, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi and a Micro USB port. The phone is backed by a 2800 mAh battery which offers a standby time of 485 hours and a talk time of 21 hours when on 3G.

The phone will cost Rs 17,990 and will be reaching the Indian markets by next week. The phone will be available with all the major retailers throughout the country. Overall, the phone doesn’t offer anything special (except maybe HTC sense), that the other phones with an even lower cost might provide. What do you think about the phone? Please share your views in the comments below.

Source: HTC India | Via: Digit

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