HTC Endeavour will be first quad core smartphone?
The HTC Endeavour is one mean beast, thanks to a quad core processor, 720p display and Android Ice Cream Sandwich
Details on the quad core HTC Endeavour, formerly known as the Edge, have emerged.
The HTC Endeavour allegedly comes equipped with an Nvidia quad core chip and 1GB of RAM, which should mean a silky smooth experience.
Its 4.7-inch 720p display boasts 312ppi (pixels per inch), so Android Ice Cream Sandwich and HTC's new Sense 4.0 user-interface should look fantastic, too.
Our US cousins will also get 4G LTE speeds, and video-callers will be glad to know the Endeavour has a 1.3-megapixel front-facing camera.
PocketNow was alerted to a leaked ROM for the device, which confirmed not only the device itself, but also the existence of Sense 4.0 and other rumoured specs like the 720p display.
The Economic Daily News also confirmed the Endeavour's launch. According to its sources, carriers around the world have received order information regarding the new smartphone, suggesting it won't just be a US-only release.
If you're wondering when this Android powerhouse will surface, put February 26 in the diary, the day before Mobile World Congress 2012 begins - that's allegedly when HTC will announce it.
Will quad core processing really make that much of a difference to performance? Guess we'll have to wait and see.