HTC partners Tata Docomo to launch ‘HTC Desire’
Handset maker, HTC Corporation on Monday launched its new mobile handset 'HTC Desire' in partnership with the telecom service provider, Tata Docomo on Monday in the Indian market.
HTC Desire is based on Google’s android operating system and HTC Sense. The 3.7-inch screen of the device offers intense brilliance, sharp contrast and true colors, according to the company.
Tata Docomo Head Marketing Gurinder Singh Sandhu said, "This launch marks the strong relationship, Tata Docomo enjoys with HTC and, going forward, we will continue to work together to launch more innovative mobile offerings for Indian consumers on the Tata Docomo platform."
HTC will also offer free data download of 500 MB per month for six months with the device to post paid customers of Tata Docomo. HTC Desire will be available across the country through authorized dealers and will be priced at Rs 28,900.
Tata Docomo is the GSM brand of Tata Teleservices part of the larger Tata groups.
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