HTC Edge Quad Core Phone Features and Image Leak

We know that quad-core processors are on their way to tablets this year and phones in 2012 and today, we have apparently gotten our first look on one of, if not the first quad-core smartphone that will be coming to shelves in the future. Meet the HTC Edge, which will likely be HTC’s first smartphone powered by a quad-core processor and a device that will surely be one of the first quad-core phones to launch.

In addition to the image you see here, we also have some specifications courtesy of Pocketnow that reveal what to expect from a device that will apparently debut sometime in Q1 or Q2 of next year.

The HTC Edge should feature a 4.7-inch HD display which means 720p resolution just like display found on the HTC Rezound, 1GB of RAM, Beats Audio, 32GB of internal storage space, Bluetooth 4.0, and an 8MP rear camera.

It’ll also have a Tegra 3 quad-core processor on board.

HTC Edge

It’s also possible that the HTC Edge will be one of the first devices rocking HTC Sense 4.0. No word on 4G LTE support though, only HSDPA, but that doesn’t mean that it won’t have it when it arrives.

It could be on a carrier-to-carrier basis, much like the Galaxy Nexus.

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So, are you going to be passing on the Samsung Galaxy Nexus, HTC Rezound or Motorola Droid RAZR now that you’ve gotten a whiff of this?

  

Comments

  1. BrianB13 says

    Staying with the Nexus.  There will always be something better coming.  Waited all year for the Bionic and then waited for the Nexus.  Time to grab the brass ring.  This HTC, which by the way, looks great, still has the 4 hardwired buttons.  Why?  Won’t it have ICS out of the box?  It will still have the same issues other phones have currently when compared to the Nexus in bloatware, blur, sense, etc probably won’t have facial recognition and I seriously doubt it will get updates as fast as the Nexus will.    

    They better significantly evolve battery technology when you think about a 4.7″ HD screen, a quad core processor and 4g LTE. 

  2. Enoel69 says

    Looks like the Galaxy Nexus will be having serious competition sooner than i thought. Well i said it b4…Google needs to get the G-Nex out to all carriers who want it ASAP…the more they delay devices like this will cause potential G-Nex buyers to sway and peel off. I want the Galaxy Nexus to do very very well and they have a crucial window to take advantage and make good of that sales wise. I say unleash this monster to the masses b4 the high spec’d dual and quad core emerge and change some minds.

  3. Sadman says

    I don’t like the fact that nexus and razr have sealed batteries that you cannot access or replace. So I’m waiting.

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