HTC Radiant pictured, bound for AT&T with LTE support

HTC Radiant pictured, bound for AT&T with LTE support
The first image allegedly depicting the rumored HTC Radiant has made it to the web. For those of you who haven't heard of it before, the handset is said to be an upcoming Windows Phone device with support for LTE connectivity. Rumor also has it that the Radiant is bound to join the AT&T lineup within the forthcoming months.

That is pretty much all that is “known” about the smartphone so far, but judging by its leaked image, it will bear a close resemblance to the HTC Titan, or at least while looking at its front side. The HTC Radiant will possibly have the same 4.7-inch S-LCD display with 480 by 800 pixels of resolution, but that is just a guess at this time. A duo of cameras is visible, with the main one being accompanied by a dual LED flash. The internals of the smartphone remain unknown, but it would be a safe bet assuming that the clock speed of its processor hovers around the 1.5GHz mark. Oh, and an insider hints that its battery will not be user-replaceable. 

There is a chance of the HTC Radiant being mentioned, or better yet, making an appearance, at CES, so if the smartphone gets you excited, keep an eye on our CES 2012 coverage. And in case you are wondering what other high-end devices we might see at the event, check out ourCES 2012: What to expectpost. 

source: PocketNow

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