The folks over at HTC Europe have most probably revealed the yet unreleased HTC Desire 310 smartphone by accident, as until now, no formal announcements were made. It could be due to the fact that HTC did not see the HTC Desire 310 as a device worthy of receiving its very own dedicated announcement, or it could have boiled down to an error by the manufacturer themselves. The official page (which has since been taken down, of course) pointed to an extremely moderate hardware specifications list, which means this would clearly reside somewhere in the mid-range or entry level side of things.
There is an interesting point to take note of though – this happens to be one of the first HTC smartphones in recent times to run on a MediaTek processor, which is a departure from the usual as HTC smartphones have normally arrived with a Qualcomm chipset instead. The leaked HTC Desire 310 points to a 4.5” 854 x 480 resolution display, a 5MP camera sensor located at the back, 4GB of internal memory that can be further augmented via a microSD memory card slot, 512MB RAM, a quad-core 1.3GHz MediaTek MT6582M SoC, Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean and a 2,000 mAh battery in tow. What do you think of the HTC Desire 310?