Galaxy S II here ripping through any other stock quadrant score we've yet to see.
and exceed not only Nokia, but also RIMs market cap. This is good news for our devoted Android handset maker. Our source mentions they have grown over 30 times their value over the last 5 years to a whopping $33.88 billion. That is compared to Nokia's $32.85 bn, and RIM's slowly lowering $28.5 bn.
Pyramid in its box ahead of the Android 2.4 Gingerbread smartphone's official debut at CTIA 2011 this week; first we saw the back, with the unibody-style chassis and 8-megapixel camera with dual-LED flash, and now it's the front that's been spotted. Up close to an HTC Desire HD in GSMArena's picture, the Pyramid appears to have a higher-resolution display, going by the narrower menu bar. That would fit in with rumors of a qHD display, like the Motorola ATRIX 4G, running at 960 x 540 rather than the more common WVGA 800 x 480. We've been asking for higher-resolution Android devices for ages now, so if so this could be a welcome change from HTC. Inside we're expecting a 1.2GHz dual-core processor, 768MB of RAM and the usual bevy of connectivity, along with the latest version of Sense. [via SlashGear]
here. Whether the image of the Pyramid was a render, or a real image we will let you decide. Today we have something much more convincing that the HTC Pyramid is real, is on it's way, and looks beautiful. Check out this picture that was just leaked showing it next to its HTC Desire HD sibling.