(Breaking) HTC Holiday – First Pictures Leaked
This week has started with many interesting news like Google buying Motorola Mobility. Right now, we have exclusive pictures of a new HTC device code named Holiday, courtesy of XDA member habitat22 . This device is a super giant opening a new format with 4.5″ qHD display! So far, little is known, but some possible specs are:
-960 x 540 Pixel
-1.2 Ghz Dual-core Processor (Qualcomm)
-1 Gb Ram
-1.3Mp Front Cam
-Android 2.3.4 + Sense 3.5
This powerful beast may see the light before the end of the year for AT&T in the USA and possibly a European version as well. Please leave us your thoughts.
Originally posted by habitat22
First infos about HTC Holiday:
-1.2 Ghz Dualcore Prozessor (Qualcomm)
-1 Gb Ram
-8Mp Cam + 1.3Mp Front Cam
-Android 2.3.4 + Sense
ro.product.processor = 1.2 GHz dualcore
ro.product.ram = 1GB
ro.product.display_resolution = 4.5 inch QHD resolution (540*960)
ro.product.main_camera = 8M
ro.product.front_camera = 1.3M
ro.product.bluetooth = 3.0
ro.product.wifi = 802.11 b/g/n
At&T for USA
Maybe come to Europe !?
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