The HTC Desire 510 is the cheapest ever LTE handset produced by HTC. What makes this smartphone stand out over other low-cost offerings is the fact that it doesn't settle for 3G radios, instead plumping for LTE connectivity.
The phone is equipped with a quad core 1.2 GHz Snapdragon 410 processor, possibly the first 64-bit-capable chip in an Android smartphone. It has a display resolution of 854 x 480 on its 4.7-inch panel, essentially 208 pixels per inch.
The HTC Desire 510 is surprisingly slim and lightweight for such a low-cost device, weighing in at 158 grams and measuring less than 10 millimeters thick. It only offers 8 GB of on-board storage space, but its microSD card slot allows for storage expansion.
The device will be released in the UK in September for $247 before being rolled out in other markets.