HTC Opera UL will Facebook phone, report indicates
Remember the HTC Operaul we reported on last week? Yeah, well that’s supposed to be the real Facebook phone. No, for serious you guys.
According to a Pocket-Lint source, that Android 4.1-powered handset will be the “official” Facebook smartphone whenever it eventually surfaces. And, instead of it being the Operaul, it will be operating under the code name of Opera UL.
Details, as learned a few days back, are said to include a dual-core 1.4GHz processor with Adreno 305 GPU and 1280×720 HD display. The insider advises that said handset has been delayed, however there’s no indication as to what previous expectations were. Perhaps the recent benchmarks are a sign that things are moving forward?
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