As we reported
, the HTC Amaze 4G, rumored to be rolling out of T-Mobile on October 26th, has the makings of a "flagship device"
with its 1.5GHz dual-core processor providing the speed. And what good is speed without a good display? To that end, users of the HTC Amaze 4G surely will have no problems with the 4.5 inch qHD display. The rest of the phone's Amaze-ing specs, as obtained by CellPhoneSignal
, basically repeat what we heard earlier such as the 1GB of RAM on board and the 8MP camera on back. A 2MP camera graces the front of the phone while Sense 3.5 runs on top of Gingerbread. The device will offer 4G connectivity through T-Mobile's HSPA+ pipeline with data speed as high as 42Mbps.
But the device formerly known as Prince
the HTC Ruby wasn't out on this leisurely Sunday afternoon to brag about numbers. While previous pictures of the device were a bit on the blurry side (as many first photos of a new device are), this time the handset was captured with promotional quality snapshots. According to CellPhoneSignal
, the model is being considered as the replacement for the myTouch 4G
and while similar in looks, there seems to be nothing in the way of branding on the phone that would indicate that it is part of that series.
The front and back of the HTC Amaze 4G, heading to T-Mobile