Specs and new image of the Accord?
The same source who leaked the original Accord images has come forward with more info this morning on the device, expected to be sold under the name 8X (similar to the One X series).
The specifications do fit in with the mid-range expectations as it reportedly has...
- 1.2GHz dual-core CPU
- 16GB of storage/1GB of RAM
- microSD expansion
- 4.3” 720P Display with Super LCD2
- 8MP F2.0 camera with a 28mm lens; ultra-wide angle front-facing camera
- Bluetooth 2.1, NFC and Wi-FI round it off
The device is rather nice looking and we’ve heard from our own sources that the phone will come in a variety of colors—an obvious move to compete with Nokia and their Lumias.
More of course is to be revealed on September 19th here in New York City, where we will cover the event live. HTC was rumored to be launching three Windows Phone 8 devices, including a high end phone called 'Zenith'. Though we're hearing that phone won't be coming soon, if it were even real to begin with.
Source: @Football4PDA 1, 2; Thanks, Daniel, for the tip
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