HTC Sensation. Combine those together and we have a powerful smartphone that has both the speed, and the looks to impressive most people. With T-Mobiles brand new HSPA+ 42 network speeds and an improved dual-core processor from Qualcomm on board, this surely is one speedy smartphone. Head on down below for all the details, pictures, and hands-on video of the new HTC Amaze 4G from T-Mobile.
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HTC Amaze 4G from T-Mobile to look over with everyone. We've seen plenty of this phone recently and most should know plenty about this new flagship level smartphone for T-Mobile. Below you can find a few quick details, photos and a detailed video quickly breaking down the hardware so check it out.
more than a few times, and then being spotted in the wild earlier this month it was only a matter of time until we caught it on video. Today we have not one, but two videos showing some T-Mobile 4G speedtests and more all available after the break.
1.5 Ghz dual-core powered HTC Ruby (aka Amaze 4G) before, but today sources have revealed an actual press release image rather than just a blurrycam leaked photo like back in August. While we don't learn anything new here seeing it out and around again is a good sign of things to come.
leaked a few times and even the first leak revealed it was headed for T-Mobile. Sources from PocketNow are claiming it will get the Amaze 4G name which is among the long list of names HTC has recently filed trademarks for.
Samsung Hercules is one of the few amazing devices that will surely be T-Mobiles new flagship offering. Between it and the HTC Ruby that was recently leaked it appears T-Mobile is planning to make a very strong push in Android this fall. Now we have a new document that might have just revealed both of these top tier phones release dates.
first seen here in the reflection of a 7" tablet and a few were able to make out the T-Mobile logo and over the past few weeks more pictures and details have leaked. The last photo revealed the most as we could see the entire device and got a better idea of its size and shape. New details are revealing some juicy info about the mystery device.
revealing part of the T-Mobile logo but this latest photo should clear up any doubts.
reflection of a HTC Flyer tablet. After a bit of digging around it appears that the phone is in fact a HTC handset called the HTC Ruby and it will be headed to T-Mobile with some Android on board. We didn't know what OS it would run but now all signs are pointing to Android after seeing the camera app on screen.