HTC is evidently working on diversifying its midrange lineup with another device. Leakster @upleaks has provided information on the brand new Desire 626 handset.
The new smartphone, codenamed A32, is built around a 5-inch display of 1280x720 pixel resolution. Apparently two versions are being developed, one more powerful than the other.
The former variant features a Mediatek MT6572 chipset with an octa-core CPU, clocked at 1.7GHz, and 2GB of RAM. The lower-specced version runs on the popular Snapdragon 410, with a single GB of RAM, bringing it close to the current Desire 620.
Both models come with a 13MP main camera, and a 5MP front shooter, which lacks a flash, the images reveal. Storage is reported to be 16GB, which will likely be expandable. A rather low-capacity 2000mAh battery powers either version. The smartphone will run Android 4.4 upon launch, but a Lollipop update will follow later on.
Obviously, this info is yet to be confirmed, and price and availability is unknown.Source