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04 Jan, 2011

HTC begin to give Out Details on its Next 4G Smartphone

Posted by: Mike In: HTC

HTC has started a “teaser” advertising campaign for a smartphone it’s going to officially announce later this week. So far, several of its high-end features have been revealed.

The device is expected to run Google’s Android OS on a dual-core 1.2 MHz processor from Qualcomm. Other specifications that have leaked out match the ones in HTC’s new ads, like an 8 megapixel camera and support for video chatting.

The latest ads say:
- You want HD entertainment, instantly
- You want to stream 8 MP photos, wirelessly
- You want to video chat, anywhere

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