An image of HTC’s next cut-price Android challenger, the Golf, has leaked online, as the company readies a low-end successor to the Magic and Explorer.
Outed by PocketNow, the snap reveals that the handset teams a cute, rounded form factor with the same gun-metal grey hue and industrial look as HTC’s One range.
Specs for the Golf, which we think is almost certain to get a name change before dropping on store shelves, have yet to be disclosed. However, rumours suggest it will pack a five-megapixel snapper, a single-core processor and a 3.5-inch scree - very much in keeping with other budget-priced kits, then.
It’ll also rock Android Ice Cream Sandwich out of the box slathered in the latest version of HTC’s Sense custom skin and offer 4GB of on board capacity, as well as use of free cloud storage service from Dropbox.
A release date and pricing are also under-wraps. But the received wisdom is that it’s likely to tip up around June or July, most probably with a price point in the region of £200-250 when bought off-contract.