HTC Desire 820 confirms the first Android device will use 64-bit chipset

htc-desire820One year after the iPhone 5s – the first device in the world equipped with 64-bit processor released, devices nearby and also the first Android model using 64-bit chipsets is expected to launch during the event IFA will take place in September next, with full name HTC Desire 810.

HTC has also confirmed that the existence of Desire 820 via HTC Weibo social networking sites, particularly emphasizing the keyword “64-bit” and “September 4th”. The first teaser image refers to a number of ‘pioneer’ of companies in the mobile market, as the first Android device in 2008, the first smartphone with an aperture of f / 2.0 (2012), equipped with monitors Full HD (2012) and many of the ‘best’ of its other. Meanwhile, the 2nd picture is only revealed through a preliminary Desire corners of 810 and 1 of the salient information about the product.

As expected, the HTC Desire will equip 810 Snapdragon processor 615 operates on 64-bit architecture, the Cortex-A53 8 people, with Adreno 405 graphics new generation. For more information about the first Android product samples 64-bit chipset owners, invite you to TechZ track IFA exhibition will be held here on 4/9.