Right now in the smartphone world there's not much that's sexier than a Snapdragon processor, so any new phone that has one automatically piques a fair amount of interest. That's why the Leo, HTC's newest Windows 6.5 smartphone, has got people talking. It's got Qualcomm's 1 GHz snapdragon processor, 512 MB of flash memory, 320 MB of RAM, a 4.3” monster of a screen, GPS, aGPS, an Accelerometer, a 5 MP camera, Dual Band HSDPA/Quad Band GSM/Edge, WiFi, light and proximity sensors.
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Remember, these specs are not confirmed, although nothing about them seems particularly fishy. The main question currently is what phone they're for. The phone pictured (and specced) here is either the HTC Leo or the HTC Firestone. No one is quite certain which, or whether the two names refer to different phones at all.
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We're probably a good few weeks away from release, but expect info on this new beast from HTC to continue filtering in over the next few days. I've got to say, I like the sudden rash of smartphones with 4”+ touchscreens. The more big, shiny monitors the better.