HTC’s Zeta Concept shows us a Bit of their Smart Phone Future
HTC’s new leaks are pushing the envelope in the mobile arena. Recently the HTC Ville and the HTC Edge have been leaked and shown off a bit of HTC’s future. The two phones are rumored to be made official during HTC’s event at Mobile World Congress in the coming months. With the future of the smart phones moving forward in rapid succession it seems that HTC is keeping up with the curve. The HTC Zeta has been rendered and it looks beautiful, but what it packs internally will be epic…maybe.
Engadget has gotten their hands on some HTC Zeta digital renderings and it’s gorgeous. While details of the Zeta have all but been confirmed as a concept device that is not currently in the works, the future of HTC devices looks very appealing. This amazing concept has been leaked out hot on the heels of the Ville and Edge leaks and shares some of the same features. What you see before you is a 4.5 inch slate styled phone that carries a 720p HD display that is said to pack in Android version 4.0 or Ice Cream Sandwich. Internally the Zeta is a beast. It will (theoretically) use a 2.5 GHz Qualcomm APQ8064 processor that will be backed by 1GB of RAM. But wait there is more! The Zeta will use HTC’s Sense UI, presumably version 4.0, it will pack in 32GB of internal storage, rock the infamous Beats Audio and use Bluetooth 4.0. The Zeta will get its power from a 1830 mAh battery and sports an 8 mega pixel rear facing camera with dual LED’s that can shoot video in full 1080p HD. A front facing 1.3 mega pixel camera rounds off the camera capabilities. Alongside this large list of ‘concept’ specs the source also put forth the dimensions of the devices build. The build measures in at 109.8 x 60.9 x 9.8mm, which will hopefully become a bit smaller when the Zeta becomes real. As the Zeta is not really, real pricing and availability are not a topic of discussion. While the device maybe a concept at this point it’s probably a safe bet to say HTC has something very similar up their sleeves for the future and I personally cannot wait to see/use it.
What do you think of the HTC Zeta? Is it too good to be true? 2.5 GHz dual core in a phone? That’s more powerful than most desktops and laptop. So world are we ready for such power in our pockets? Do we even need such high end specs in our mobiles? Sound off below and let us know what you think of the future of mobile. But before you go check out our HTC accessories.dual-core, zeta, htc zeta, zeta concept, HTC