If you're looking for something a little more attainable than that Oppo Find 5, HTC may also be releasing a smartphone with a 1080p display. What we're apparently looking at above, according to the latest round of rumors, is the HTC 6435LVW (code-named DIx, assumed to be Droid Incredible X). HTCSource reports via a "reliable source" that the device in question is currently known internally as the DIx, though the name is said to be the subject of
The phone is said to pack a 5-inch 1794x1080 touchscreen with a mind-boggling density of 480 pixels per inch. According to the source, the HTC Droid Incredible X has a quad-core 1.5 GHz S4 Snapdragon processor, 1.5 GB of RAM, and 16 GB of storage. It's also claimed there's a second LED indicator on the back of the device, to allow you to see notifications and other alerts when the phone's turned over. On the downside, there's apparently no microSD memory card slot and the battery is non-removable. Pen support seems doubtful, which may or may not make a difference to you.
Odds are good that we'll see this on Verizon since the "droooiiid" notification sound and signature red/tech-styled wallpaper are reportedly loaded into the software. Combined with the impending One X+, HTC's holiday season is shaping up pretty nicely.
In any case, here's hoping those specs pan out. They sure sound good, and hey - that screen resolution would blow the iPhone 5 out of the water, wouldn't it? Here's hoping the rumors surrounding this device pan out as anticipated.
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