It looks as though the FCC has given their nod of approval for the HTC Desire 610 (proving the rumors to be true after all) which is all set to hit Verizon in due time. After all, it is not too often that a particular device gains approval from the FCC but never makes it to the market. Well, it is rather certain that Verizon Wireless will eventually be able to offer their very own version of the HTC Desire 610.
In the revealed FCC documents, it points to the model number (OP90300), SKU (HTC331ZLVW), and spectrum support. For those who cannot really remember what the mid-range HTC Desire 610 delivers, it is all set to be highly affordable and easy on those who have a tight budget, carries a 4.7” display, has a 1.2GHz Snapdragon 400 processor running proceedings from underneath the hood, sports an 8-megapixel camera at the back accompanied by a front camera, features 4G LTE connectivity and a microSD memory card slot.
The overall design is rather “clean”, so to speak, having gained inspiration from its larger sized flagship sibling known as the HTC One (M8), albeit arriving in plastic instead of metal. You will still get BoomSound dual front speakers and Zoe video functions though. Right now, the HTC Desire 610 can be picked up from AT&T.