Now Vodafone Portugal has jumped the gun by publishing the full details in their catalog. The new device is called the HTC Desire C with rather entry low specs that consists of a 3.5″ HVGA display pushing 480×320 pixels resolution, 600MHz processor, 512MB of RAM, 5MP camera and 4GB of on board storage.
Despite its no frills underpinnings, the Desire C runs on the latest Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. It is interesting to note that the hardware specification is rather similar with the current HTC Wildfire S.
No details of pricing yet but it is rumoured to be less than 200 Euros which is below RM800.
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The new iPad which comes with a 4G version has created quite a stir among consumer lately. While the 4G term is often confused between LTE, WiMAX, HSPA+ and various frequencies, Apple decides to change the name to a safer alternative. Instead of calling it “iPad WiFi + 4G”, it is now called “iPad WiFi + Cellular”.
This makes it clearer since the WiFi version is devoid of any mobile network support while the now “WiFi + Cellular” version supports anything from EDGE/3G up to DC-HSPA+/4G LTE. While we don’t get the supported 4G LTE band in Malaysia, the “Cellular” version does work in Malaysia on 3G and DC-HSPA+ networks.
The name change has already reflected on Apple’s Online Store as shown above.
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