Rumored HTC Vigor may feature a 720p screen

Rumored HTC Vigor may feature a 720p screen
Here is a new rumor that is pointing towards the possible existence of an Android Gingerbread device that may feature a 1.5GHz processor and even more impressively a 720p resolution display.

The rumored device is known as the HTC Vigor. There hasn’t been any announcements regarding this device but it has surfaced before with the model number ADR6425. The same model number was discovered in a NenaMark benchmark that led to the discovery of these possible features.

According to the benchmark, Android 2.3.4 is the operating system of choice for the HTC Vigor. In addition to the 1.5GHz processor that is powering this mysterious device it also appears that a Qualcomm Adreno 220 GPU is on board. Interestingly, the benchmark also lists Verizon as its carrier.

There aren’t any photos to prove this smartphone really exists, so keep your eyes peeled for any other information that might break on the rumored HTC Vigor. Tell us what you think in the comments below.

source: Electronista

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9 Comments

1. Goldeneye

Posts: 419; Member since: Jan 22, 2011

this is what I am talking about! a real flagship device for VZ and by HTC, sounds like a winner to me

2. megamrambo

Posts: 37; Member since: Jul 19, 2010

I hope it rapes the Iphone 5. Jk. I hope both phones sell great but the HTC device ins mind numbing. O.0

3. ltr unregistered

I heard this rumor too, that Verizon might put out some sort of Droid with 720p screen, but dont plan on releasing this til the holiday season.

4. ytheHELL unregistered

pssssh! I heard a rumor too: I heard that Rim is making a lame blackberry that should have been out like 10 years ago and if it did well it would have been a BEAST!

5. FaQ-u unregistered

iPhone killer in the making?! No... Absolutely not! No matter what, there will never be an iPhone killer! The only possible phone that would kill the iPhone 4 is the iPhone 4s/5! None of your Android trash will ever kill the iPhone! The only way the iPhone will ever be killed is when you see us lining up in front of Sprint stores for the next Samsung as we do for the iPhones! And that will never happen! You know why? Because Steve Jobs is God! And we all suck his d**k!

6. Droid_X_Doug

Posts: 5993; Member since: Dec 22, 2010

"...we all suck his d**k!" Um.... Speak for yourself. There are quite a few smartphone owners out there (even a few 'Berry users who are waiting for their contract to expire) who don't suck Steve's d**k.

9. ILikeBubbles

Posts: 525; Member since: Jan 17, 2011

I'm confused... is this satire? lol if so Well played good sir (ma'am?).

7. richardyarrell2011

Posts: 510; Member since: Mar 16, 2011

What people must take the time to realize is that what we will be seeing is the next iteration of the EVO BRAND. HTC makes devices based on that and that only so even ''IF'' and I say if this is pegged for verizon based on all the inwards of the device as far as the specs are concerned it screams evo 3d and sensation so verizon will be BLESSED because battery life on my EVO 3D is 16 to 22hrs everyday and verizon needs a device that can garner that battery life on LTE. I applaud them getting this device and everyone knows verizon I don't like but they need something from HTC that will represent the manufracturer that will be better than the current Thunderbolt. This is simply a setup for what is next after this device because everyone knows that SPRINT GETS THE BEST DEVICES FROM HTC EVERY YEAR Evo 4g, EVO 3D so you know the next iteration of EVO will be two times better than the device verizon will get.....I like that............

8. likeylikey unregistered

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