HTC has been cranking it up a notch of late, with the HTC Sensation XE, HTC Sensation XL, and – in the States at least – the HTC Rezound.
And the Taiwanese workhorse shows absolutely no signs of slowing down. We’ve barely had time to digest the aforementioned beauties, and now we’re getting wind of HTC’s first quad-core effort, namely the HTC Edge.
A press shot of the HTC Edge has been leaked to Pocketnow along with a handful of mouth-watering specs. It sounds like a bit of a beast. In a good way.
The HTC Edge will reportedly have a 4.7in display, presumably with Rezound-esque 720p goodness, 1GB RAM, and an 8MP camera. Rumourville puts the internal storage at a possible 32GB. That’d be nice.
The big improvement over its predecessors, however, is said to be Nvidia’s AP30 Tegra 3 CPU, delivering quad-core processing action. Cripes.
The tipster makes no mention of the Android version, but with a proposed release date of early 2012, we’d expect to see the HTC Edge ship with Ice Cream Sandwich (Android 4.0).
It’s also tipped to debut HTC’s Listen music store, and Sense 4.0. Sounds pretty awesome, huh? Hopefully we'll get our hands on the HTC Edge at Mobile World Congress...