New Pic of Verizon Imagio aka 'Whitestone'; Launching with WM6.5
Looks like PhoneArena got their lucky mitts on some shots of the Verizon Imagio, which were hearing is still slated for a release on October 6th. We also know something else "launching" October 6th, ahem--not coincidence.
We finally learn that the "Media" button links to VCast MobileTV, part of the Qualcomm MediaFLO network, which till now hasn't been used by US carriers (to our knowledge).
Nothing else has changed:
- Qualcomm 7600 @ 528MHz
- 512MB ROM/256MB RAM
- 3.6-inch WVGA touchscreen
- 5-megapixel autofocus camera/Anti-handshaking
- gpsOne (aGPS and full GPS)
- GSM/CDMA World phone
- 3.5mm Headset jack
- Manilla 2.5
Check out the two other diagram shots from the user manual after the jump.
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If you're specifically speaking of the Snapdragon, the Leo is going to have it when it's released. I do agree that it should've been in the TP2 and Imagio, but I'm probably gonna get the next gen TP, so that doesn't bother me.
If you're speaking of capacitive and/or multi-touch touch screens, just forget about it. It really isn't a big deal- Resistive screens are perfectly fine, and multitouch is an overrated feature that unnecessarily raises prices. I think the worst feature on the newest HTCs (D2, TP2, Imagio) is the zoom bar. D-Pads are much more useful and should've never been cut.