AT&T getting Android in form of HTC Lancaster
If you hadn’t noticed, it was the weekend of leaked slides at Engadget. Of the many slides the site posted, one was the HTC Lancaster, a device that looks like the love-child of a G1 and a Magic.
The coolest part of the leak is that it appears that this device will feature an HTC developed user interface instead of the plain vanilla Android UI found on the G1. Perhaps it will be the same “Rosie” UI that is floating around on the leaked HTC Hero ROMs.
The original targeted launch date was August 3rd, but it appears that this might have been pushed back by the decision to use the new user interface.
Some specs and photos after the jump.
- 850/1900MHz HSPA UMTS (3G)
- quad-band GSM/EDGE
- 110g weight
- 109mm x 54mm x 17.1mm
- 2.8-inch touchscreen display, 240×320 pixel
- 1350mAh battery
- A-GPS support
- 3 megapixel camera w/o autofocus
- Bluetooth 2.0
- video playback
- “expandable” memory (microSD probably -editor)