Engadget reported that a tipster” sent the media site an image that includes key features of the device, including an Android Honeycomb operating system, 1GB of memory, 16 GB of on board storage, a 4.3-inch touch display, and a back and front-facing cameras.
The tech site reported that the new smartphone, if the source is actually reliable, could reflect a sign of a major change in the Android platform because Honeycomb is supposedly only used in tablets today.
HTC reportedly plans to send the phone to AT&T in the third quarter of 2011.
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