Launch Of HTC Primo Before MWC?
It’s about that time of year again, as hardware manufacturers prepare to descend upon Barcelona to unveil phones we will collectively drool about but not see for another couple of months.
Today HTC started to send some invitations to HTC’s press event for February 26th, by “chance” only one day before Mobile World Congress Starts in Barcelona. According to the source, the invitation doesn’t reveal any details about what HTC will be unveiling this year, but we have enough rumors and leaks to have a clue.
HTC will be showing many devices in WMC and we hope they include the aforementioned HTC Endeavor/Supreme, HTC Ville, and the mid speced HTC Primo -which will be presented before WMC starts- on the Android side, and HTC Radiant on Windows Phone platform.
Needless to say they should show some new tablet as we have not seen anything new since the Flyer and Jetstream.
Apparently HTC Primo will be presented with the rumored Sense 4.0 on the press event day.
Tell us what you think or what would you like to see as the new flagship of HTC.
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