Leaked test photos from upcoming HTC devices appear
Mobile World Congress is right around the corner, and it seems that HTC is planning to launch bundle of devices at the event. PocketNow managed to get “first test photos” of 5 smartphones and a tablet, which is eerily similar to last year, when HTC announced 6 new devices at the mega event: 1 tablet and 5 smartphones. At any rate, the test photos below don’t give us much information, but at least we have some names to ponder until more info is released.
This picture was allegedly taken with the HTC Vertex (Quattro), a global Android tablet.
The HTC Fireball makes another appearance with this photo, and word on the street is that the device will end up being the Droid Incredible 3 on Verizon.
The much-discussed HTC Endeavor, which may launch as the HTC Edge, apparently snapped this photo. Obviously it doesn’t give us any information, other than some eating habits of whoever took these pictures.
Moving along, the HTC Ville shows off a nice camera with this shot, and gives some T-Mobile users hope that the device will land on Magenta’s network.
The HTC Totem, rumored to be headed for AT&T, caught a nice painting in this photo.
Finally, the HTC Evita is apparently in the hands of someone that likes long walks on the beach and watching the sunset. All jokes aside, the Evita is supposedly packing a 1.5GHz dual-core processor, 720p display, and LTE capabilities.
Stay tuned to AndroidGuys for the latest coverage on all the mentioned devices! So is anyone else excited for MWC? Do you think HTC will steal the show? Sound off in the comments!
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