You might heard not from us but from other people saying that HTC A16 was the successor of HTC One A9, as some tagged it as new lower-end smartphones from HTC this year.
This denotes that the industrial mobile design of HTC’s new Desire 530 and 630 series, both powered by Android Marshmallow at a low-end components setting, the mobile seem to be fun to have at as the mobile exterior design was pretty.
HTC launch these devices and actually made their official debut at Mobile World Congress alongside with more powerful Desire 825, rolling out HTC’s affordable range in the mobile market.
In the past year HTC staked its mobile reputation on being the top in mobile design leader, and its latest Desires series aim to extend that legacy with striking mobile look. That alone was a tough challenge for other brands or other handsets that participate in this year MWC. But HTC has its unique tweak to offer.
The Taiwan based company developed the Micro Splash, and was on mass-production equivalent of a spattering mobile paint from the back of its device. That feature makes the handset unique and notes HTC, combines neatly with Sense interface themes in order to create personalized look.