The HTC Supersonic – the Android HD2 for Sprint with WiMAX support?

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The HTC Supersonic – the Android HD2 for Sprint with WiMAX support?
Some time ago we reported about a list of devices that had been leaked on the Internet and that was, allegedly, Sprint´s line-up for 2010. One of the names on the list was the HTC A9292, although all knew about the mysterious handset at that time was it would be a classic candybar featuring WiMAX support. However, more details on it have just surfaced on the Web. According to Engadget, the information comes from a reliable source and assuming it´s true, we can definitely say the hardware features of the cell phone make it a real monster. 

It seems the codename of the handset is the Supersonic and it has already been mentioned on HTC´s list of Android-based cell phones. The device will be similar to the HTC HD2 and equipped with 4.3-inch display and fast processor (that still remains unknown) integrated into a really thin body. It´s interesting to know the handset will have a kickstand on its back (like the HTC Imagio) and roll out in a pearly white color that is a rare feature with cell phones of the manufacturer. The HTC Supersonic will be running Android 2.1 and HTC Sense interface, but the source of Engadget claims the version of the latter is still plagued by a great number of software bugs, which probably means the device is not coming out anytime soon. With its hardware specifications and WiMAX support, the HTC Supersonic has the potential to become one of the most powerful smartphones at the time it hits the shelves, although we better wait and see what other manufacturers may have in store for us.

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source: Engadget


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