Spotted recently on the HTC China site, it seems the entry-level Desire 310 has gotten an official unveiling today. In this case, HTC has said the Desire 310 will be available beginning in April and that it will bring "maximum value." Hardware features will include a 4.5-inch display and quad-core 1.3GHz processor, and HTC even managed to include goodies such as BlinkFeed and Video Highlights.
The Video Highlights mean your images and videos will automatically be turned into highlight clips. In terms of capturing those images and videos, that will be done using the 5MP camera that sits on the back of the handset. BlinkFeed, as some may remember, means users will have a sort of one-stop shop for key information from sites to include Twitter, Facebook and China's Sina Weibo.
Keeping with the HTC specifics and we find the Desire 310 will also have an Offline Reading mode. HTC touts this as being good for those with a limited data plan. This works just as the name would suggest, and allows the user to save articles for offline reading. Users will be able to save up to 120 articles at any given time.
Otherwise, for now we have yet to see any mention of price, though HTC did refer to the Desire 310 as being both entry-level and also affordable. Specifically, Peter Chou, HTC CEO mentioned how this "latest addition to our renowned HTC Desire range combines super-fast processing and premium features at a lower price, offering users the best possible experience in this category.”