The HTC Desire 530 now available on Verizon network
The HTC Desire 530 device was first available on the T-Mobile network and not long after, this device is now being carried under the Verizon label also. As we type, interested customers are welcome to go onto the company’s website and order one of these devices for themselves should they wish to own one.
From the 9th of August, the smartphone is set to be available in the United States’ markets.
If you would be buying from Verizon, you should know that the only colour variant that is currently available is the blue and you can either pay $144 outright for the device or commit to a contract plan of $6 over 24 months.
Looking at this price range, it is a better bargain over what s offered by T-Mobile at $159 outright.
The HTC Desire 530 runs the Android Marshmallow 6.0 out of the box and has a 5 inch display to support. The processor is a snapdragon 210 and it works with a 1.5GB RAM supported by the 2200mAh battery. 16GB of space is already available and it could be expanded should you wish to. Talking about cameras, the device has an 8MP rear camera and a front shooter of 5MP.
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