The Oversized HTC DLX Phablet Specs All but Confirmed
Lately the rise of the oversized smart phone is taking over the market. End users who claimed to never need something so absurdly large find themselves with the likes of Galaxy Notes, and LG Intuitions. With the wildly popular success of Samsung’s oversized smart phone it seems that all competitors are feeling the phablet itch. LG has there Optimus VU, Samsung is in the lead with the the Note and even companies like Pantech are entering the space with the Vega R3. One company that we haven’t seen a phablet from is HTC, but by the looks and sounds of it. That’s all set to change.
Recently the HTC Droid Incredible X popped up into the rumor mill spilling the beans on what a 5 inch smart phone from the infamous HTCwould look like. Shortly after its blurry cam pictures the internets went wild anticipation of the oversized HTC handset and it looks like we’ve got a bit more information on the handset. Today a Twitter account that goes by the name of Football4PDA has leaked some more juicy spec details and the HTC DLX looks to be forming into a nice piece of hardware. The Tweet goes on to state mostly what has already been rumored however the source in this situation has been pretty accurate recently with some Windows 8 HTC leaks. The account states that the new HTC DLX will come packing a Snapdragon S4 Pro chip set that clocks in at 1.5 Ghz. Its screen is said to measure in at 5 inches and sport an HD display that shows off a 1080p pixel resolution. Additional details from the Tweet show the DLX to pack in 1.5 GB of RAM and 16 of internal storage space. Around back we can expect a 12 mega pixel camera as well as an additional front facing shooter that clocks in at 2 mega pixels. The leak rounds out with a 2500 mAh battery, which unfortunately is said to be sealed, or non-removable. And last but not least, the new HTC DLX will come running Android version 4.1.2. The only details missing from this epic new smart phone are its release date, price point and destination.
Anyone interested in a super sized HTC smart phone? Sound off in the comments below and let us know what you think. Is the new HTC DLX going to be a hit? Can it compete with the likes of the Galaxy Note? And remember folks, before you leave be sure to check out the very best in HTC accessories today.tweet, GHz, phablet, HTC DLX, droid