Sep 12 AT 3:34 PM Alex Wagner 4 Comments

HTC Desire 610 for Verizon is in the works, FCC documents suggest


Following the launch of the HTC One (M8), HTC One remix and HTC One (M8) for Windows, it looks like Verizon may soon be adding another BoomSound-equipped smartphone to its shelves.

An FCC filing has revealed what appears to be a Verizon version of the HTC Desire 610. The device in question features the model number 0P9O300, the SKU HTC331ZLVW and support for CDMA, EV-DO and LTE bands 4 and 13, all of which seems to point toward an eventual release on Ol’ Red.


It’s unclear when this Desire 610 might launch on Verizon, as an FCC filing doesn’t guarantee that a release is near. What does seem likely is that the Desire 610 will be affordable whenever it does hit Verizon: because it’s just $199.99 no-contract on AT&T, I could see Verizon offering the Desire 610 as a free on-contract phone or as an affordable prepaid option.

Have any of you handled the HTC Desire 610? If so, what do you think of it?

Via: PhoneScoop

Source: FCC

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  • Juan Almanzar

    Happy they made and are pushing this phone. I work for AT&T and I’ve personally sold a bunch of these guys vs lets say the m8. The price point and straight forward build quality seems to be spot on.

  • Harold Goldner

    Solid device; internal memory a little cramped which means you have to add removable media PLUS, if you know what you’re doing, root so you can defeat write protect on the sdcard. Some higher end games run a little more slowly (e.g. Candy Crush). The boomsound speakers are good; access to the sdcard and microsim are easy. It’s a solidly built device. Have dropped a couple of times (in case) and it remains unmarked. Screen might be treated, been running it without a screen cover (but with a flip case on the device) and it looks pretty good. Not as good as my M8, but a great low-end handset still.