The HTC Desire C has been talked about in louder-than-whispered tones for the last few weeks, and has finally been made official.
The new phone will be available in both black AND white (the future of colour is no colour, right?) and also has a 'durable metal frame with precision engineering'.
T-Mobile has already waded in and stated it will be stocking the Desire C, and it will be coming at a very reasonable £15.50 per month (or £170 if you're more PAYG-minded).
The phone is packing a 3.5-inch HVGA display, 600MHz processor, 5MP camera and 4GB of internal storage (with no word on a microSD card slot).
It's also going to be coming rocking Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich) and Beats Audio branding – so that paltry processor aside, it's looking like a fairly decent handset for the money.
Update: We've now got a video of the thing, and confirmation of the above specs - see the new budget handset in action:
The HTC Desire C release date has been set for June, so it's not long to wait now – especially if you've not got many pennies to rub together but just HAVE to have a better phone for the summer.
The handset will also be available from every other provider too - we're waiting for more pricing information from other sources, but expect it to be fairly similar to T-Mobile's.
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