Would you buy an HTC Huangshan?

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Would you buy an HTC Huangshan?
HTC plans on releasing a sizable number of Android phones in the upcoming months. Each of those models is going to need a name, and a post on the Android spin site may have given us an idea of what names HTC plans on using. A poster on the site thanks maxisma who found a list on the latest HTC ROM that looks to be code names of current HTC models and  upcoming Android powered handsets from the Taiwanese manufacturer. The list of names includes a pair that many Verizon customers are eagerly awaiting news on-Dragon and Passion. Also on the list is a current handset (Hero).  Only time will tell if this list is genuine, but in the meantime you can keep repeating the phrase "HTC Huamgshan" to see how well it rolls off your tongue.

HTC Passion Preliminary Specifications

source: Androidspin via Droiddog



1. ChiefD23

Posts: 16; Member since: Aug 27, 2009

I am eagerly awaiting the surfacing of the Passion/Dragon...want to see what it actually looks like and what the actual spec are. I was very close to getting the Omnia 2 but ran into an issue with Verizon...oh well. Now, I am just waiting to see what else is coming out at the end of this year and the beginning of next. I am told that Verizon is to set off the new year with a bang.

2. Treavie

Posts: 8; Member since: Dec 03, 2009

Know what you mean, been waiting for the HD2, it seems like forever, but concerned it's probably coming out for T-Mobile. Thought about the Omnia II as well, but very surprised at the lack of ram and lagging, so would be nice to see how the Passion/Dragon are going to shape up. It would be nice if they compare to the HD2, as I think I would prefer Verizon and Android system. Just have to be more patient, I suppose.

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