HTC Eternity and HTC Omega Coming Soon?

Published: 4 July 2011 y., Monday

Not long ago we heard a rumor about HTC’s upcoming device supporting a 12 megapixel camera; now we have some info about two more novelties. The devices called the HTC Eternity and the HTC Omega are going to be high-end smartphones with the latest available features. Besides, unlike many other HTC smartphones, these upcoming devices are going to run Windows Phone 7.5 (also known as Mango) instead of Android OS.

The HTC Eternity is equipped with super large 4.7 AMOLED display, Windows Phone 7.5  ”Mango,” 1.5 GHz processor, 8 megapixel camera with LED Flash feature,  DLNA connectivity and microHDMI output.

The HTC Omega has a little less impressive display size — 3.8 inch SLCD, while the rest of the specs are the same — Windows Phone 4.5 “Mango,”  1.5 GHz processor, 8  megapixel camera with LED Flash feature and DLNA connectivity. Oh, almost forgot, there’s no word whether the microHDMI output will be available for this device or no.

Šaltinis: htcphones.net
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