So we've covered the hardware aspect of the HTC Dream now we're getting news of the specs that'll drive the device that'll power up Android (via Gizmodo). Here's what it looks like:
- 3.17" screen with 480x320 resolution
- 528 Mhz CPU
- 64 MB RAM
- 3.1 Megapixel Camera, no flash
- 3G, Quad-Band GSM
- MicroSD Slot
Overall, everything seems to be fairly solid. The only concern we have is the (little) amount of RAM, but there have been reports that the RAM may be anywhere from 128MB - 256 MB, so this may not be the final spec sheet. The HTC Dream is shaping up to becoming quite a competitive device and with the potential of Android, we'll be looking at a stellar phone. Let's hope it stays on track and the specs get even better!
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