HTC has just announced the Desire SV, a mid-spec device with dual-SIM (micro-SIM) support. It comes with a 4.3″ Super LCD2 display that does 800×480 resolution and it is powered with a dual-core 1GHz Qualcomm processor that’s mated with 768MB of RAM.
On-board it comes with 4GB of storage (2.2GB usable) which is expandable via microSD up to 32GB. Despite being a mid-spec device, it comes with a decent f/2.2 8MP camera shooter with image sense. The camera comes with a BSI Sensor for better low light performance. Over at the back, it comes with a removable 1,620mAh battery and out of the box, it runs on Android 4.0.4 Ice Cream Sandwich. Just like other HTCs, it comes with 25GB Dropbox for 2 years.
The HTC Desire SV comes in 2 colours – Stealth Black and Yellow as pictured here. Overall, it has a thickness of 10.7mm and weighs 131 grams. No details of pricing and Malaysia availability yet. More details of the HTC Desire SV here.
Apart from the Desire SV, HTC also has announced the similar looking One SV which comes with single SIM slot, a higher clocked 1.2GHz Qualcomm S4 processor, 1GB RAM, 8GB of storage, larger 1,800mAh battery and has variant with LTE support. The One SV is also thinner and lighter too at 9.2mm thick and 122 grams heavy. The only shortfall of the One SV is that it uses a lower 5MP camera. Availability of the One SV in Malaysia is not known yet. More details of the One SV over at HTC’s product page.
Head after the break for more hands-on photos of the Desire SV.