Another day, another HTC leak
. This time we're seeing some juicy specs for three upcoming devices, courtesy of notorious ROM leakster 911sniper (who appears to be buddies with Conflipper
). First up is the cutely-named Bee that sounds pretty much identical to the entry-level Wildfire
in Europe, except for the pre-loaded Android Froyo
(as opposed to Eclair
) and the Verizon-bound Qualcomm MSM7625 chipset. Next we have another Froyo handset dubbed the Lexikon, which comes with a more impressive package: 800MHz MSM7630
world-phone chipset, 512MB of RAM, and a QWERTY keyboard presumably under the 3.8-inch 480 x 800 screen. Apart from the much lower clock speed here, this could very well be the Android slider we saw
earlier this month. Finally, we round off with the WP7
-donning Spark that we've probably spotted
before -- here we have the good ol' 1GHz Snapdragon silicon (but not the CDMA2000 flavor as we speculated
), 512MB of ROM and RAM each, 3.7-inch 480 x 800 display, and a 5 megapixel camera. Phew! After all this, we best be off to bed -- do wake us up when there's a release date.
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