HTC Proto Latest Image Leak Suggest Budget Smartphone with Specs Resembling One V


HTC Proto Latest Image Leak Suggest Budget Smartphone with Specs Resembling One V


Since the release of the One series smartphones – One X, One V and One S, which were introduced at the Mobile World Congress 2012 in February, HTC has not revealed much about the company future roadmap of the upcoming devices.

However, recently, the Taiwanese phone maker is back in the spotlight, after a report leaked pictures of an unreleased HTC Proto tipping at the possibility of at a release in days to come.

What features to expect?

According to a report by TheVerge, though there is no retail name for the handset, however, its is suggested that the handset will be a refreshed version of the One V. As far as the rumored specifications of the Proto are concerned, the handset will measure 9.62 mm in thickness and will pack a 4 inch WVGA SLCD display, which is larger than the 3.7 inch display on the One V.

Furthermore, the Proto will have a 5 MP rear camera, 4GB internal storage, 512 MB RAM, a dual core 1GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 MSM8225 processor and 7.2 Mpbs HSPA, Bluetooth, 1,650 mAh Li-ion battery and Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich.

The report goes on stating the Proto does not follow the One V in terms of design. It states that “There's not a hint of the chin here, instead opting for a rounded, flowing case that more closely mimics the higher-end models in the One range.”

Release Date

When it comes to the release date of the Proto, the report claims that it is expected to be unwrapped at the upcoming IFA 2012 event to kick off in Berlin from the next week.

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