Alleged photo samples from the upcoming HTC Endeavor, Incredible 3, Ville, Evita, Totem and Quattro devices leak

Alleged photo samples from the upcoming HTC Endeavor, Incredible 3, Ville, Evita, Totem and Quattro devices leak
As we are fast approaching MWC, where HTC is expected to unveil a smorgasbord of new phones and tablets (six altogether, if last year is any indication), leaks are starting to burst like fire hydrants in third rate car-chase movies.

Now, lucky tester(s) of the whole upcoming lineup from HTC apparently decided to grab their 15 minutes of fame, and posted a sample photo with each device that was on hand.

Starting off with the monster, we have the quad-core phone again leaking as the HTC Endeavor, which apparently might end up being its official name. The 4.7" quad-core beast is supposed to have an 8MP snapper, and, judging from the picture of the guy's breakfast, is performing fairly murky indoors. Let's not overjudge, though, since this is probably a prototype, plus we learn some trivia that Quaker Oats seems to be popular in Taiwan, so it all balances out.

Then comes the HTC Droid Incredible 3 for Verizon, exclusive photos of which in flesh and blood we showed you on Friday. This one is being quoted as the HTC Fireball here, but we'd wager to guess it ends up as the Incredible 3 after it lands on Big Red's LTE network. The 8MP sensor is seemingly prone to overexposing tricky lighting situations a bit in this non-final unit the shot was taken with.

Right smack in the middle of the phone leaks is the snap from the HTC Ville mid-ranger, which also leaked in the flesh on a Japanese website last week.

The HTC Ville is rumored to have a 1.5GHz dual-core Snapdragon, 4.3" qHD AMOLED display, and again an 8MP camera, whose shot is the most clear and saturated of the bunch, helped by the jolly colors of the Ginseng drink package.

Next comes a photo taken with the HTC Totem, which is supposedly the rumored HTC Tahiti argued for appearance on AT&T's network, and the indoor performance is not bad, judging from the picture frame snap on the wall.

Last but not least from the phone lineup is the HTC Evita - a 1.5GHz dual-core handset with 720p display and alleged LTE connectivity. Its task was easier, since the shot was taken outside, so it came out well.

Why did the guy decide that his feet would be a more interesting object than, say, the sunset or the sunrise that might have been going on at the moment, is beyond us, but at least the depth of field appears decent.

And finally, we have a tablet thrown in for a good measure - the long-rumored HTC Quattro slate with Tegra 3.

It is codenamed as the HTC Vertex for the sake of this leaked gallery, and its picture is predictably the worst, thanks to the low lighting and the close-up shot of the keyboard with Chinese symbols on it.

What do you think, any favorites from the above photos that make you look forward to the grand unveiling of what can possibly be as much as six new devices from HTC at the Mobile World Congress?

source: Pocketnow



1. squallz506

Posts: 1075; Member since: Oct 19, 2011

oatmeal in a bottle? what will those japanese think of next???

2. SleepingOz unregistered

Idk where you from but you can get bottled cereal from all over the world.

5. cthunder

Posts: 126; Member since: Nov 02, 2010

I have yet to see bottle oatmeal here in the states.

6. LoneShaolin

Posts: 307; Member since: Jan 14, 2012

Ranch 99 has it. Maybe it's a NorCal / SF Bay Area thing though.

7. Larry_ThaGr81

Posts: 593; Member since: May 26, 2011

I eat oatmeal daily and haven't heard of that until today.

3. yt6nin

Posts: 100; Member since: Nov 16, 2011

By the way, that is a picture of Oatmeal in Taiwan, stated in the article, and not even in Japanese writing in the first place.

4. LoneShaolin

Posts: 307; Member since: Jan 14, 2012

Squallz506 must be retarded. That's Chinese lettering, not Japanese. Durrrrr......

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