Monday, February 7, 2011

HTC Saga, "relief of Desire?, Shown in pictures

We can call Saga HTC, or relate to the renewal of the successful HTC Desire, but until it is officially believe that we remain in doubt a few more days, and it is very possible that this part of your presentations Mobile World Congress 2011. A few days ago we discovered you with some photos of poor quality, to later arrive with a better picture, as is usual in episodes of leakage.

Today we continue with a new chapter in which we can see the back of the phone and go drawing some conclusions from this renewal. The first thing you notice is the presence of three microphones at the back, instead of the usual two on phones that make noise canceling them. We believe that the third unit is intended for video recording (insulation), as does the X-Droid The phone features a 8 megapixel camera with LED flash, a specification that draws attention, but hopefully it will improve in practice what the camera offers HD Desire HTC because it will share components.

The design follows the continuous line of HTC, in an apparent body made from a single block of metal and plastic modules which receive the camera or the battery slot, as we saw in Desire HTC HD, and a phone number Windows Phone 7. The most novel is found in the absence of physical buttons and trackpad.

Currently the phone has 2.2.1 Android operating system, and most likely so be submitted along with the customization HTC Sense, but would be nice to surprise us with an update of both to Gingerbread. Looking to relate to potential operators, this weekend has appeared in the inventory of Vodafone stores in Germany, so the release should be close, and not as usual, with the attendant red first.

More interesting, at least for me will be to learn more about the HTC Pyramid, supposedly the first dual-core Taiwanese. Updated: about this phone rumors are emerging that suggest the use of a screen and use SuperAMOLED Gingerbread operating system, with respect to Android 2.3, as seems logical to me about HTC has Sense, but the issue of Samsung screens I see it more complicated, what do you think?.

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