The HTC Desire 310 was just announced earlier this morning, and while we did not know about the smartphone’s availability in other parts of the world other than having it released in Taiwan later thi April, here we are with word that the HTC Desire 310’s pricing has been revealed for an European release, particularly in stores located within the confines of Germany and Austria. The HTC Desire 310 can be picked up for €159 a pop in either country, whereas folks living in the land of windmills, the Netherlands, will have to fork out €169. As for those who love neutrality, you will have to pony up 179 CHF in Switzerland. I guess there is not much advantage staying in Taiwan as the HTC Desire 310 will appear in the Netherlands this coming April 10, whereas the other countries mentioned ought to receive theirs some time in the middle of April.
It does seem that at this particular price point, HTC is intent on setting the HTC Desire 310 loose against the likes of the Motorola Moto G, which happens to be Motorola’s best selling smartphone to date. It remains to be seen whether the HTC Desire 310 will be able to get one up on the Moto G, considering the latter has a higher resolution display, although it does lack a microSD memory card slot, which is something that the HTC Desire 310 boasts of.
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