JB Hi Fi To Sell Sub $550, 24Bit Audio HTC Smartphone
JBH Hi Fi is set to range the new unique soft grip polycarbonate designed HTC Desire 825 smartphone that was revealed earlier this year at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona.
Selling for sub $550 the device is available in Graphite Grey and one of the standout features is the 24-bit, Hi-Res audio certified sound system that is built into the device along with the BoomSound speakers.
HTC said that audio playback is 256 times more detailed, delivering four times the audio quality of CD audio output, this high level output enables owners to hear richer, more dynamic sound the way artists and musicians intended, it’s ideal for consumers who use public transport a lot and like listening to music.
It also has a 5.5″ 720p display that delivers 720×1280 pixels resolution.
Powering the handset is a 1.3GHz octa-core processor coupled with 3GB of RAM. It has 32GB of internal storage which can be further expanded up to 2TB via microSD card.
The HTC Desire 825 also features a chromatic accent that enhances the phone character. Both the power button and speaker grills feature a contrasting colour that visually sets the device apart. It also has lanyard straps, that come standard in the box.
Users can also get access to over 25,000 themes via the HTC online Themes Store. This allows one to customise the device’s colour scheme and background based on your favourite photos.
Other key features include a 5MP front facing camera with built in auto image and voice selfie modes. This allows you to take a shot without pressing any buttons.
On the back is a 13MP rear camera, built BSI sensors, improve low light performance and increases the amount of light captured.
With the burst shot feature, you can also freeze movement as you take images, you can also create professional looking landscape photos with sweep panorama.
The camera also shoots in 1080p resolution.