Thinnest Android phone’s Leaked Image ” HTC Ville”

November 26, 2011 – 11:28 am | by Emile
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From last few months I have shifted to Anroid , and using one of HTC’s Android phone and to be honest I like Android even excepting that it has some flows.One of the amazing thing about Android is that its users have the option to choose from a vast amount of devices.And because of this every time we see launch of some amazing device on Android platform.And now from last few weeks we are hearing about a new HTC device which is called HTC Ville and according to initial rumors this device will be the thinnest device HTC has ever made and also it would be the thinnest Android phone in the market.

Latest news about this device came from popular technology blog PocketNow and also they were the first one to share the leaked image of the device.So , we can expect this rumor to be true as Pocket is most of the times correct about their rumors of upcoming devices.

Now we come to the specification of this device, well HTC Ville will have a 8mm think design thats which means it would be thinnest Anroid phone until and unless some other vendor produces a phone like this soon.Apart from this , HTC Ville is also expected to be one of the fastest phone made by HTC  as it will have new Snapdragon S4 processor in it.This dual-core Snapdragon S4 has the new technology of Qualcomm’s Krait core which gives the processor 60% boost in comparison with the existing Snapdragon processors.With the it will feaure new Adreno 225 GPU which will give 50% faster graphics to the device.

Here are some highlights of this device.

  • Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich
  • HTC Sense UI 4.0
  • 4.3-inch qHD Super AMOLED display
  • 1.5GHz dual-core Snapdragon S4 (MSM8960)
  • 8-megapixel backside-illuminated camera with 1080p HD video capture
  • Beats Audio
  • Metal construction case and just 8mm thick
  • 1650 mAh battery
  • No NFC support
As for the launch of this device it is expected that this device will be unveiled in February in Mobile World Congress and then it would be made public in April 2012.
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