HTC may be preparing to launch a new Gingerbread-powered QWERTY slider by the name of "Doubleshot", if recently-uncovered user agent data is anything to go by. The info, discovered by PocketNow, suggests the Doubleshot will run Android 2.3 Gingerbread and feature a full slide-out QWERTY keyboard behind a screen running at a resolution of 480x800. Meanwhile, a photo uploaded from the Doubleshot to Picasa indicates it may feature a 6+ megapixel camera with the ability to take HDR photos, and benchmark data from the device suggests the presence of a 1.2GHz CPU.
Of course, this is all well within rumor territory for the time being, so these specs should be taken with a pinch of salt until any device is officially announced. In the meantime, feel free to contribute to the rampant speculation about what the "Doubleshot" name could actually refer to down in the comments. [PocketNow]
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