HTC Mystery Tablet, Desire X Gets Pictured and Leaked Ahead of IFA 2012

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HTC Mystery Tablet, Desire X Gets Pictured and Leaked Ahead of IFA 2012

With the IFA 2012 to kick off from Friday this week, a range of product leaks are happening in the tech media world. The latest one is a purported photo of HTC's upcoming tablet.

A report from Android Authority suggests that the Taiwanese mobile manufacturer is set to re-enter the market, with a 10-inch device.

A Twitter user, @evleaks has posted the pictures of a the differently designed tablet with thin bezels on three sides and a huge one on the fourth along with a front camera. The rear camera's position is also different, being placed at the bottom.

Meanwhile, Android and Me suggests these HTC tablets could use a quad core processor (maybe the Nvida Tegra 3), given the company is also expected to announce details of the One X+ and One S+.

However, the origin of these images is not known and if its is a real HTC tablet, it will be making its presence in the upcoming IFA event alongside HTC Desire X and One X successor.

Apart from the photos of the 10 inch tablet, the other product which is in the headlines is the mid-range smartphone dubbed as Desire X (surfaced with the codename Proto).

The Chinese based ePrice website has released press materials, (including the side to side comparison with HTD One X) and technical specifications of the HTC Desire X handset. The leaked poster claims that the device will be shipped with Android 4.0.4 Ice Cream Sandwich OS and will have a WVGA resolution display measuring 4 inches only.

Further, Desire X will also be equipped with a 5MP rear camera, 4GB on-board storage, 768 MB RAM and a micro SD card slot supporting up to 32GB.

Moreover, the Desire X will come with 25GB Dropbox storage and Beats Audio like any other HTC smartphone.

Coming to the price and availability of the Desire X, the handset could be priced at Rs 20,000 approximately and will be officially unveiled at the IFA 2012.

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