HTC Desire 820 Will Be The First 64-bit Android Smartphone (Updated)

Although HTC is far from being the largest Android smartphone manufacturer around, throughout the years the Taiwanese company managed to stand out from the crowd by being the first to adopt and introduce new features. Back in 2008 HTC was the first manufacturer to introduce the Android OS to the smartphone market with the help of the HTC Dream (also known as the T-Mobile G1). A few years later, the first 1080p smartphone display made its way towards consumers via the original HTC Butterfly. Not only that, but the HTC One X also became the 1st Android device to make use of a primary camera with an f/2 aperture.

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Settler2344d ago

That's awesome , because there are so many killer apps that use Apple's 64 bit chip to create all kinds of awesomeness.