The HTC Leo will house an impressively large display and a powerful processor, reports have revealed.
Initially called the Firestone before HTC opted for a name change, the upcoming mobile phone can be seen in action in a video unearthed by WMPoweruser.
According to the site, the new phone runs on a 1GHz Qualcomm processor, to allow lag-free, simultaneous use of its functions, and features a 4.3-inch touchscreen.
The Leo will also utilise Windows Mobile 6.5 – the latest edition of the operating system – and will boast a five megapixel camera with dual LED flash.
News of the new handset comes as HTC is increasingly targeting the mass market with its phones, having previously appealed principally to business users and early adopters.
The strategy has already borne fruit in the shape of huge success of the Android mobiles the HTC Magic and the T-Mobile G1, both of which have sold over a million units each worldwide.
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