We don’t know yet how popular HTC’s Desire 610 mid-range Android smartphone has proven until now, but we do know the Taiwanese handset maker is determined to release a sequel to this device. Dubbed HTC Desire 620, the smartphone hasn’t been announced by the company yet, but it recently appeared on Bulgarian blog site Nixanbal.
Although the report about the unannounced smartphone and the pictures of the device have been deleted, you can still see them when accessing Google Cache.
This is rather weird considering the cited blog did a full hands-on session with the smartphone and published all the photos. Perhaps they didn’t ask for permission before publishing the report or they have been approached after they went ahead with the news.
The good news is we still have the pictures and all the information that someone interested in HTC’s mid-range Android smartphone might want to know.
For example, we know HTC Desire 620 is supposed to go on sale sometime in January for €255 ($320) outright. The smartphone will be initially launched in Europe, but we expect it to be rolled out in other regions as well.