Details of the latest handsets to come from mobile phone company HTC have been leaked.
The information shows that the company is planning to release a mid-range and budget handset called the Desire P and Desire Q respectively.
Apparent press images were picked up by blogsite 4ndroid Taiwan, as well as supposed specifications for both handsets.
The HTC Desire P appears to be a mid-range device with 4.3-inch display, 1GHz dual-core processor, 8 megapixel camera and a microSD slot.
The budget-friendly HTC Desire Q seems to imitate the design of the Desire X with its camera.
It is thought to have four-inch display, Beat Audio technology and come in three colours; red, black and white.
Although release dates haven’t been set for either device it is estimated that China will be among the first to receive them. The Desire P is expected to set customers back around £240, but users could get their hands on the Desire Q at a modest £155.
HTC are yet to confirm anything and Techradar reported that they were told the company “doesn’t comment on rumour or speculation”.
Posted by Peter Robinson