With its mid-range specs, the HTC Bliss is speculated to run Sense 3.5?

With its mid-range specs, the HTC Bliss is speculated to run Sense 3.5?
As far back as May, we managed to hear about the HTC Bliss being pegged as a handset that’s specifically catered for women, but up until now, we’re heard very little else in regards to its hardware and software.

Some might have wondered what the HTC Bliss will be packing under the hood, but it appears as though it’s along the lines of a mid-range handset. According to rumors, the handset will feature an 800MHz Qualcomm MSM7x30 CPU with an Adreno 205 GP, which should go well with the Android 2.3.4 Gingerbread experience it’s set to offer.

Interestingly enough, it might be one of the very first devices to feature HTC Sense 3.5, which is something that's rather peculiar considering that the latest one available is Sense 3.0. Already, we’ve seen devices like the HTC EVO 3D and Sensation 4G showing off the latest Sense experience. However, what separates them from the HTC Bliss is the fact that they’re powered by some beefy hardware – whereas the Bliss isn’t the fastest thing on the block.

Knowing that, it’ll be interesting to see how HTC pulls the whole thing off – especially when Sense 3.0 is one graphically intensive customized Android experience already.

via Pocketnow

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1. CJVILA unregistered

cool but am still waiting for the iphone 5 :)

5. aztaxia12295

Posts: 272; Member since: Nov 22, 2009

has nothing to do with this article, don't comment on it then

6. CJVILA unregistered

if i comment on it whats the matter its a free article and am just expressing my opinion ....

10. theCLOSER unregistered

but you sound ignorant expressing your "opinion" on a phone that has no relation to what the article is about. that's what's the matter.

2. christianqwerty

Posts: 467; Member since: May 05, 2011

Sense UI is very intense. I dont think its smart putting a 800Mhz processor in this phone. Atleast a 1Ghz processor, no less

11. thaniga unregistered

desire z.


Posts: 103; Member since: Aug 09, 2011

totally agree with it having a 1ghz processor if it has to take on htc sense lets hope its just a better looking HTC salsa

4. DROIDX0430

Posts: 469; Member since: Nov 24, 2010

CJVILA, so why are you reading about the HTC Bliss then? Wait for the iphone5...your choice....your money....

7. CJVILA unregistered

your right but hey tecnology is tecnology and i want to see what android is coming with it even do its more revolutinary phones dont u think ?????

8. doubler86

Posts: 320; Member since: Jan 26, 2011

Android is coming out with revolutionary phones, that's why about 60% of all smartphones sold this summer have been androids. iPhone 5 will have decent sales but with mid range models like the Bliss and high end models like the Bionic and the Galaxy SII the iPhone 5 sales are goin to be as big as in the past years. Google phones are faster, slimmer, bigger screens, and thinner.

9. zuno gyakusatsu

Posts: 257; Member since: Mar 16, 2010

lol google phones are faster?? i think not. android is the king of lag. iphone 5 will once again set record numbers for sales, while android phones will set record numbers for defects and returns.

14. aztaxia12295

Posts: 272; Member since: Nov 22, 2009

hey, take your trolling somewhere else!

15. aztaxia12295

Posts: 272; Member since: Nov 22, 2009

hey, take your trolling somewhere else!

16. HTCiscool

Posts: 449; Member since: Jul 16, 2011

OMG Sense 3.0 already lags with the hardware its got :( They can't just make it more graphic intensive.

17. YouSawItOnTheG2 unregistered

Well, g2 had 800mhz, but someone got it to over clock to 1.8ghz, with 1.5ghz being stable.

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