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The HTC WF5w is close to hitting the market and will be the company’s finest

The truth that this model is close to being a reality is great, since the HTC WF5w has been seen in the database that the China TENAA certification body, which is a source of confirmation of the arrival to the market of many mobile devices. In this way, it seems that the company has already finished designing the phone and, therefore, is already obtaining the different β€œstamps” that allow it to put its new model on sale.

The known specifications of the HTC WF5w have some important details. An example of what we say is that the screen of this model will be 5.5-inch in HD quality (720p). In this way, it seems quite clear that we are among a device that will become part of the mid-range product.

Other features of the terminal

From what has been known, this model will integrate a processor eight cores that operated at a frequency of 1.5 GHz. The amount of RAM amounts to 2 GB, as well as sixteen “gigs” of internal storage. If to this is added a main chamber of 13 megapixels and Android Lollipop operating system, it is clear that this is a mid-range model – but it will stand out with a fairly competent hardware.

But the real highlight of the HTC WF5w is that the thickness of this model stays in the 7.49 mmTherefore, it is shown that the company is working on putting models on the market that are more attractive in this section, which is one in which at the moment they stand out less than their competitors. By the way, in relation to weight this model stays in 152 grams.

Side of the HTC WF5w

The arrival of the market has not been confirmed as regards its exact date – it will first be launched in China, that’s for sure – and the model name may be different (Everything indicates that it will be part of the Desire range). The fact is that it is interesting to know the existence of this model because of its thickness. Does it seem like an option for the mid-range?

Source: TENAA