Mystery Verizon-Bound HTC Android Smartphone Leaks

Posted: Aug 28 2010, 4:12pm CDT | by , in Rumors | Android

Mystery Verizon-Bound HTC Android Smartphone Leaks
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You got your HTC Evo in my Nexus One!

A new Android beauty from HTC has been spotted by BGR. They've got a whole gallery of screenshots up for this tantalizing new Evo-like smartphone. It is described by a source as a Nexus One-like design with similar hardware to the Evo. He also claimed that it "makes the Droid 2 look like a kid's toy."

It is expected to be a global device and will pack an 8 MP camera with dual-LED flash, a kickstand and the same 4.3" screen we've grown to love across this new generation of Android smartphones. There will also be a front-facing camera.

As an aside, I think the front-facing camera on my Evo might be the only feature I still haven't had any practical cause to use. I have yet to be in a situation where I want to video chat, but lack access to one of my Skype-enabled laptops. Even the kickstand has gotten more use from me. Are you all in the same boat? Or have you fallen in love with the ability to video-chat and take perfect Facebook profile pictures?

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