HTC made buckets of money by making a ton of great Android phones last year, with Microsoft reaping sneaky royalties off their hard-earned success, through patent intimidation. Thankfully, the boys over at HTC from the cool island of Taiwan are at it again, and are releasing device after device with some seriously high end specs on board.

According to Thai blog,  Droid Sans, HTC is readying a phone that has what we now consider to be the bare-minimum for all super phones going forward – have a look at the jaw-dropping specs below.


  • 4.3-inch, 960 x 540 qHD Display
  •  8-megapixel camera with dual LED flash
  • 1.5GHz dual-core CPU (not sure which one)
  • 1GB of RAM
  • 16GB of storage
  • Android 2.3 with Sense 3.5,

In particular, what makes this phone special, is the connectivity bandwidth potential it’s sporting – DC-HSPA+ speeds (in Thailand at least), which translate into theoretically possible 42Mbps data transfers. Theoretically.

While the phone itself matches the specs of the previously leaked HTC Ruby, and what the rumor mill is thus far calling the HTC Amaze for T-Mobile, it still is yet to be fully confirmed.

You can be sure we will bring you more goodness of this variety as soon as we scour the web fully for more credible confirmations. In the mean time, don’t you think it looks Nexus S – inspired? Either way, we know that HTC has made the MyTouch series of phones for T-Mobile, and judging by the aesthetics and design, and everything we knowof this particularly sweet superphone, we’ve got our money set on the fact that this is likely headed to T-Mobile, and is, in all likelihood, the next successor in their MyTouch series of Android phones. Any thoughts?


Via: Droid Sans

Darcy LaCouvee
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