The same source that shed light on the rumored LG Eclipse for Sprint
is now reporting of another yet-unannounced Android smartphone. The HTC Ville C, as the device is referred to, is said to be a stripped-down version of the HTC One S
, and as such it will come at a lower price.
Okay, we know that it is specs that most of you are already curious to read about, so here they are: the dual-core Qualcomm MSM8260 chipset has supposedly been chosen to power the HTC Ville C. Clocked at 1.2GHz (the 1.7GHz in the screenshot is just a typo), it is the same silicon found under the hoods of the HTC Sensation 4G
and the Sony Xperia S
. The display is said to be a 4.3-inch qHD AMOLED panel, and our guess is that it will be pretty similar, if not identical to the one that the HTC One S sports.
Another element that appears to be unchanged is the 8-megapixel camera with BSI sensor, paired with the HTC ImageChip
. Interestingly, the leaked screenshot describes the HTC Ville C as an "ultra slim PDA phone"
, but exact dimensions remain a mystery. Android 4.0 is installed running HTC Sense 4.5 on top.
Of course, don't forget that this is but a rumor, and we cannot confirm the reliability of the source, so take the above information with a grain of salt. If you are curious to inspect the leaked evidence anyway, feel free to do so and tell us what you think of the rumored HTC Ville C.
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