HTC Holiday – AT&T’s First 4G LTE Phone With 4.5″ qHD Display, 1.2GHz Dual-Core CPU

HTC Holiday Leaked Image

We already kne that the upcoming and unannounced HTC Holiday smartphone is first 4G LTE phone for AT&T and it will be a very possible AT&T release by the end of this year. Earlier, we’ve seen the images of the HTC Holiday prototype with a cracked screen and the specs details have revealed out. This time, we finally get some real world images of what it’ll look like. Just as we heard earlier, the HTC Holiday will have the same 1.2GHz MSM8660 dual-core processor that we’re currently seeing in the T-Mobile’s HTC Sensation handset and it will be having a bigger 4.5-inch qHD touchscreen display with 540 X 960 pixels of resolution, 1GB RAM, 16GB Internal SD card, 8MP camera on the rear with dual LED flash as well as a secondary front-facing 1.3MP camera for video chat. So everything is earthshattering there in terms of the specs and hardware of the device.

Read: HTC Holiday Full Specifications.

Of course, the handset will be pre-installed with latest Android 2.3.4 Gingerbread OS with HTC Sense 3.0 (or Sense 3.5) flavors on top of it. All these specs of the HTC Holiday handset have been confirmed so far through the leaked images. HTC Holiday will be also having Bluetooth 3.0, 802.11 Wi-Fi b/g/n connectivity and all the regular features of an Android phone. According to the source, the HTC Holiday might be called HTC Waikiki at launch. AT&T is also getting another LTE capable device – HTC Jetstream aka Puccini tablet, which will be rocking the tablet-optimized operating system Android Honeycomb OS.

Price & Availability

The source couldn’t provide the launch date and the price info of the HTC Holiday handset. Hopefully, we will hear some official announcements of this handset along with the HTC Jetstream tablet. Two more screenshots after the break.

HTC Holiday Leaked Image

HTC Holiday Leaked Image

[Via: Engadget]

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