Now though, it looks like the midranger is headed towards the US, where it should be sold by AT&T.
The information comes via evleaks, who claims the image you can see to the left is a render of the AT&T-bound Desire 610.
If that's the case, the carrier has thankfully chosen to avoid slapping its logo on the front of the handset. That means it's definitely going to be on the back - an image of which hasn't been leaked yet.
At the moment it's unclear when the HTC Desire 610 will be on store shelves at AT&T, or how much it will cost. That said, with it not bearing flagship level specs the price has to be decent, perhaps in the $50-$100 range with a new two-year contract.
If AT&T's model will be identical to the internationally-sold one (and there's no reason for it not to be), then it shall sport a 4.7-inch touchscreen with qHD (540x960) resolution and a Qualcomm Snapdragon 400 chipset with a 1.2 GHz quad-core CPU, along with 1GB of RAM.
Internal storage may be 8GB, expandable via microSD cards. The Desire 610 has an 8MP rear camera with LED flash, and a 1.3MP front-facing unit.
You should also expect to see 4G LTE connectivity, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, GPS, and maybe even NFC in there, with a 2040 mAh battery keeping things running.
Before everyone knocks the specs, this is a great little phone, well maybe not to so little but the price suggests so, dual speakers, quad core, 4.7 inch screen, plastic so it doesn't break so easily, battery in all fairness see's you through the day...
Why should I build this, when I can buy with no contract I moto g 4g way cheaper?
Don't know whats your real name but lol as you are talking its 3.5' Screen then you should be know that it is said to be 4.7' Screen only not the full body size its full body size is 5.2'