HTC Vision Arriving in September, First T-Mobile Device to Support HSPA+ Data Speeds

July 8, 2010, By Atul Roach

So far there haven’t been any conclusive details about the next HTC smartphone dubbed the Vision, and all we have is a leaked image and number of unconfirmed features. The leaked image did sensationalize the gadget freaks as we spotted the first ever top-end Android device to finally feature a physical QWERTY keyboard and now there is more on the device.

First up is the ‘belief’ that T-Mobile US will be the carrier to offer the handset and it will be the first T-Mobile locked smartphone to offer support for HSPA+ data speeds. Agreed that HSPA+ cannot match the might of 4G, but it could still fetch speeds of up to 21Mbps, which is fairly decent.

The other features remain more of an argument as some predict the device to possess a 3.7-inch WVGA display while there is another bunch of believers that think the Vision will sport a screen size and resolution quality matching the Evo 4G.

Again, there is a confusion between the presence of a dual core 800MHz processor and an unnamed 1GHz variant as well. Other assumption is the existence of a 5MP camera, however I intend to categorize it as a top-notch device and therefore an 8GB camera is a possibility.

Did someone just say Android 3.0 Gingerbread? We will surely know by September this year.

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