A leak from Evan Blass shows an image of the HTC Desire 650 with the Cricket logo on the back. The Desire 650 made its debut in Europe a few months back featuring a 5-inch 720p display, a Qualcomm Snapdragon 400 SoC, 2GB of RAM, 16GB of storage, 13 MP and 5 MP cameras and a 2200 mAh battery.
HTC first launched the Desire 650 in Taiwan back in November of last year, but we didn't know if they would bring it anywhere else. Today, it's been revealed that HTC will in fact be launching the Desire 650 in the United Kingdom next month.
We have heard rumors about an HTC smartphone with the codename A17, and then shortly after learned it would be released as the Desire 650. Now, HTC has officially launched the smartphone, but it's only available in Taiwan as of right now.
Russian authorities have granted certification to the HTC 10 EVO, One X10, Desire 650 - three HTC devices which have yet to be announced. We know the HTC 10 EVO is the EMEA variant of the HTC Bolt, but we're not quite sure what specs the HTC One X10, Desire 650 will bring to the table.