Images and specs for a dual core processor-packing HTC Android phone have leaked online, after some tech watchers proclaimed themselves distinctly unimpressed with the somewhat underpowered devices unveiled at the phone maker’s press event today.
Uncovered by Engadget, the HTC Revolver is something of a powerhouse. Not only will it feature a dual core 1.2Ghz chipset, it’ll also run a smartphone version of Honeycomb, AKA Android 3.0, out of the box.
Elsewhere, it features an expansive 4.3-inch touchscreen, an eight megapixel rear mounted camera, plus a three megapixel front-facing snapper for video calling.
There’s also 16GB of on board storage, plus scope to boost this by up to 32GB via microSD card support.
Right now, the Revolver is mooted to be US only and exclusive to the AT&T network. However, with a spec sheet that very much marks it out as a flagship handset, you can consider your gast well and truly flabbered if it doesn’t make the trip over the pond at some stage.
Earlier this month, Google announced that Honeycomb is exclusively reserved for Android tablets. However, the Engadget leak suggests that we might get a specially tailored, stripped down smarphone version after all.