HTC Holiday Photo’d with Crazy Fast AT&T 4G LTE Speeds

Boy Genius Report has posted a number of photographs this morning which show AT&T’s forthcoming HTC Holiday in the wild. What’s more, the phone is seen running on the carrier’s yet-to-launch 4G LTE network, pulling down speeds at nearly 30Mbps. Of course, the real-world speeds will could drop significantly once multiple devices find their way into the hands of consumers, but that’s faster than anything we’ve run into thus far.

Specifications in the HTC Holiday include a dual-core 1.2GHz processor, 4.5-inch qHD display, and an 8-megapixel camera. Running Android 2.3.4 Gingerbread and HTC Sense 3.0, the handset will find its way to the top of the carrier’s food chain once it arrives, presumably in the next few months.

Be sure to head to Boy Genius Report to check out the additional shots of the HTC Holiday.

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  1. Gsamsam4
    October 08, 12:39 Reply

    This model has been  favorite by my friends in the city and we are waiting if they replaced it with another slim model about  thin. I would wait for that slimmer version.

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