Now that we've whet your appetite with the HTC Leo — the supposed Snapdragon-powered clamshell phone — how about some specs to go along with it?
The ai.rs blog reportedly uncovered the above specs, which most notably include the 1GHz Snapdragon processor, 4.3-inch capacitive touchscreen (remember that we called that a long while ago) and a real 3.5mm headset jack.
You'll also notice the distinct lack of U.S. 3G bands, which we're unfortunately starting to get used to. And let's hope the Snapdragon processor really does use less battery power, 'cause a 1230mAh battery leaves us a little worried.
No word on date or carrier or waht the Leo might actually look like. (Also no mention of a secondary display, which we'd also heard rumored, so the clamshell thing may fall through.)
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