Now some time we have been hearing talk about new and probable smartphone models of dual-core of the Taiwanese firm HTC, no definite date or confirmation specific. We speak for example of the HTC Pyramid.
Now we get images of a pair of terminals HTC less powerful (but no less ambitious) with Windows Phone 7 installed, speak of the Prime HTC and HTC Ignite, In addition to new information about HTC Pyramid.
In the next CTIA Orlando, which takes place between the 21-24 March, possibly we will have official information or something more viable, but meanwhile, this is what we know about each model.
HTC Prime, a Windows Phone 7 with QWERTY keyboard
This new HTC Prime is a terminal with physical QWERTY keyboard and touch screen of 3.7 inches (WVGA). It has one 512 MB RAM memory and a 5 Mp camera with AutoFocus and Led.
This Prime HTC keyboard features a large, oval and separate keys each other, that provide better ergonomics to the design seen in the HTC 7 Pro and convenience to people with large fingers, for example.
HTC Ignite, a Windows Phone 7 to add to the list
The new one HTC Ignite It seems that it will not revolutionize Terminal Windows Phone 7 lists too although his name seems to indicate otherwise.
It has one screen of 3.7 inches and WVGA resolution, which will apparently be resistive. Inside appears to be that we will find a processor of 800 Mhz, a RAM of 512 MB, and a 5 Mp camera. Its appearance is that of a phone “chassis 1”. It may appear in the middle of this 2011.
HTC Pyramid, the next great mobile machine HTC Android
I already spoke of this great terminal for more than one month, but now we can “recreate” to a certain extent with its possible images.
Remember that your screen will be of 4.3-inch qHD resolution (960 × 540 pixels).
Inside it is possible to take mounted a bestial processor of 1.2 GHz signed by Qualcomm and dual-core. The RAM of the terminal is 768 MB and the front-facing camera for video calls we know that it will be 1.3 Mp.
It says that the version of Android that will bring will be neither more nor less than Android 3.0 Honeycomb, but not block too, and more taking into account the problem that would be a small screen using this operating system.
It is likely to bring with you Android 2.3 Gingerbread or a higher version, but not the exclusive version of Tablets as they say.