Here is a great news for all the Verizon and Android fans, because we have found the traces of a brand new HTC smartphone that runs on Android Ice Cream Sandwich. Well, we don’t have any clue about the model of this device but according to a source, we have found out some of the images of the device and with the help of these amazing images, we can find out some things about this mysterious device. Still, we even don’t know the name of the device and when it is going to be launched. As you can see in the images, after looking with concentration you will find that there is a 4G LTE logo during the loading screen of the device. It is the same logo which is usually used in the Verizon handsets, so that is pretty likely that this phone will be released by Verizon.
Similar To HTC Top Line Smartphones
As you can see, this mysterious ICS powered phone looks very similar to some other top of the line smartphones from HTC but it is not identical to any of the current models, which is a relief of course. When we talk about the appearance of the device, it does not like similar to any other HTC smartphone released lately but still when you look at its back, it gives some glimpses of DROID Incredible 2. So, there is a bright chance that this device might be the HTC DROID Incredible 3. We have also heard some rumors about another HTC Verizon device named as HTC Fireball, there might be a connection between the two here as well.
Some Expected Specs
According to the hardware info screen shown in the images, it seems like this phone will feature a 1.2 GHz dual core Snapdragon processor under the hood with a 1GB RAM and an 8 MP camera on the back while a VGA camera will be placed on the front. We have talked about LTE connectivity, and overall we can say that its not that bad, but there is nothing that good in it either. Additionally, the sources are claiming that just like other HTC new smartphones, this will also have AMOLED screen instead of the old S-LCD.
The device will be running on Android 4.0.1 Ice Cream Sandwich alongside the new Sense 4.0 UI. As you can see there are some hardware stick buttons on the device instead of those on screen tabs. This device might reach the markets sometime this year.