HTC Bliss Handled in The Wild

The folks over at XDA.cn have gotten their hands on some clear pictures of the upcoming HTC Bliss. The device is beginning to look like a cousin to the Wildfire S, with capacitive buttons and modest specs. Initial rumors give the Bliss HTC Sense 3.5, a 3.7-inch display, and an 800MHz single-core processor. With IFA coming up soon, we shouldn’t have to wait long to find out more about this device. Check out the rest of the pictures after the break, including one next to a Desire S. So who’s excited about the HTC Bliss now that we have a better look at it? Let us know what you think in the comments!

 

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4 Comments

  1. Anonymous
    August 24, 21:56 Reply

    Sense 3.5 on a single core processor, thought HTC said they couldnt do that?  Besides with all the Dual Cores due out soon bringing out a single core isnt going to cut it

    • Anonymous
      September 10, 14:03 Reply

      That was sense 3.0, 3.5 has been heavily optimised to run on older chipsets without any loss of aesthetic or functionality. If anything, it adds more.
      And the Bliss seems to be more marketed as a budget phone in Asian markets, such as China, so isn’t really looking to compete with dual core phones. Most of the excitement seems to be from the possiblilty that Sense 3.5 will be ported (official or otherwise) to the vast majority of HTC phones that haven’t seen any big updates in years.

  2. CARiD
    August 25, 06:34 Reply

    With the release of this new line from HTC I’m sure every
    mobile fanatic will go crazy over this one. I love its wide screen and the
    aesthetics looks amazing. Its fast processor will beat every old version of touch
    phone in the market.

  3. Geekchic
    September 11, 12:50 Reply

    Girls want dual-core handsets too.  How patronizing to market a phone to women that is “underspeced.”   HTC:  Speed does matter!

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