Ah well, HTC's "less is more" policy didn't last long, did it? We met the HTC One X, One S and One V at Mobile World Congress, and just this morning we scribbled about three new China-bound HTC Desires.
Remember a few weeks back we alluded to a new HTC budget handset codenamed the Golf? Well, looks like it's pretty much official if you go by some leaked renders obtained by PocketNow. Oh, and it's called the HTC Wildfire C.
In terms of where it stands in the pecking order, the HTC Wildfire C is right down there - below the HTC One V even. If you're looking to get one, you'll have to wait until the end of June but the specs are hardly worth waiting for.
We're talking a processor likely to come in at 600 MHz (or, at the very most, 800 Mhz), a 3.5-inch touchscreen with 480x320 resolution, 512 MB of RAM, 4GB storage, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth.
Ironically, the Wildfire C appears to also have a MicroSD slot for expanding your memory. We say ironic because this particular author reviewed the One S recently for another site and was dismayed to find such a top-end handset virtually crippled with a paltry 16GB memory and no option to expand.
What's also nice is that the HTC Wildfire C will apparently ship with Beats Audio. Yes, we know that HTC owns a 51% stake in the technology now and is pushing it like crazy but we just hadn't expected it to make the basic handsets too.
Don't bank on getting Beats Audio headphones in the box though, as HTC has pulled the plug (so to speak) on this practice due to costs.