1. The specs for the HTC HD7 Windows 7 have been revealed.
It has a 4.3-inch display, packing 800 x 480 pixels. It is a capacitive LCD, and supports multi-touch. It is powered by a 1GHz Qualcomm processor, has 512MB of ROM and 8GB of built-in storage space for media and other content. On the radio side of the equation, this spec sheet notes quad-band GSM/EDGE and tri-band 900/1700/2100 UMTS support. That means it can work on most 3G networks in Asia, on T-Mobile USA, and the 3G networks of Europe. Of course, it also carriers 802.11b/g/n Wi-Fi, GPS, FM radio, and Bluetooth 2.1+EDR. As for media, the HD7 sports a 5 megapixel camera with dual LED flash and autofocus. It has a 3.5mm headset jack for normal stereo headphones and the new set of keys that are required of Windows Phone 7 device
2. HTC LTE smartphone is slightly delayed into 2011 and will miss the Verizon LTE launch at the end of 2010.
3. The HTC Desire HD will be 4.84 inches tall, 2.68 inches wide and 0.46 inches thick. It weighs, with battery, 5.78 ounces. The HTC Desire HD display is touch screen with a pinch to zoom capability, with a size of 4.3 inches and a 480 x 800 wvga resolution.
Qualcomm Snapdragon QSD8255 1 GHz processor.
HTC Desire HD is having 8 mega pixel camera.
This HTC Android-powered smartphone has a sliding QWERTY-style keyboard, Bluetooth, FM radio, 3.7 inch display and Wi-Fi connectivity. HTC Desire HD supports 2G and 3G networks.
3G: * Up to 14.4 Mbps download speed * Up to 5.76 Mbps upload speed GPRS: * Up to 114 kbps downloading EDGE: * Up to 560 kbps downloading Wi-Fi®: * IEEE 802.11 b/g/n
4. Dual-core smartphones have been touted as the wave of the near-future by companies like Samsung and LG, chip manufacturer Marvell has leapfrogged the others with the announcement of the world's first tri-core processor.
The Armada 628 is an "ultra-low power, ultra-high performance" 1.5 GHz three-core processor that is the "first to feature 3D graphics performance with quad unified shaders for 200 million triangles per second delivered on mobile devices," Marvell announced in a press release this morning.
The architecture is analogous to a hybrid muscle car. The ARMADA 628 is intended to perform like a race car engine on demand, while still delivering the frugal gas-mileage of a hybrid automobile. In real world terms, this enables the ARMADA 628 to play more than 10 hours of full 1080p HD video or 140 hours of music on a single charge while still providing 3 GHz of raw computational horsepower.
Marvell's ARMADA 628 tri-core CPU comprises a complete SoC design – a first for the industry. In addition to the tri-core CPU, there are six additional processing engines to support stunning 3D graphics, 1080p video encode/decode, ultra high fidelity audio, advanced cryptography, and digital photo data processing – for a total of nine dedicated core functions.
The ARMADA 628 is also designed to be the first mobile CPU to provide high-speed USB 3.0 connectivity, which offers 10x faster performance than USB 2.0.
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