While the Nexus One is still the most advanced piece of smartphone hardware on the planet, competition is quickly rising up behind it. The HTC Supersonic is believed to be Sprint's new WiMax Android smartphone. That alone is reason to be giddy, but there's more!
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For a few days now, folks have expected the Supersonic to be an Android-powered version of the HTC HD2. Unwired View has managed to come across an actual photo of the device in action. They've also got some new specs for us. While the Supersonic will have the HD2's 1 GHz processor, 1 GB of internal space and 5 MP camera, the screen will be quite different.
The HD2 packs a 4.3" LCD screen. The Supersonic takes that up one level with a 4.3" OLED screen. That on its own should be enough to get you salivating. No pricing or availability info is out yet, but Sprint is expected to launch the Supersonic in March.