HTC DLX specifications leaked: Android 4.1, 1.5GHz CPU and 12-megapixel

Specs belonging to the DLX phablet that HTC wanted to keep hidden recently emerged on the Internet.

If you’re following football4PDA or evleaks on Twitter, then you must have noticed they announced how HTC’s yet to be finished DLX phablet looks like and what its specs are. According to them, the looks of this device are good and it does indeed have a quad-core 1.5 GHz Snapdragon S4 Pro processor, the Android Jelly Bean OS, a 5″ touchscreen and a cam with 12 megapixel sitting on the back. Among its other rumored specifications we find the following: 16GB of internal data storage, an Adreno 320 graphics processor, 1.5GB of RAM, 480 dpi, a display resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels, a 2500 mAh battery and a second camera of 2MP.

All of these specifications make the HTC DLX a gadget which can, according to the manufacturer, deliver the sort of speed and excellence that’s comparable to other such creations made by competitors. In terms of download speeds and Internet matters, this phablet here offers 4G LTE along with the popular NFC technology. The only issue that may affect some users is the battery. While it’s not a bad one, it is that type which does not let itself be removed. At all.HTC-DLX
Besides that complaint, there are others. Should the specifications above be the right ones, then many consumers are bound to find them somewhat lacking. Many other gadgets have better storage capacity and RAM. The 16GB and the 1.5GB of RAM boasted by the HTC DLX are certainly superior to any other device made by a lesser known brand.

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But things would have been more exciting if this product came with 32-64 GB and 2GB of RAM. Especially when there is big camera on your device.

We are still waiting to see whether the rumored list of HTC’s DLX specifications is true or not. This phablet does certainly have almost everything it takes to become one of this year’s most interesting gadgets. And while we are waiting to see if the rumors are true or false, we should mention that the manufacturer supposedly has another gadget up its sleeve, one called DIX. The company is going to launch it in the holiday season if all goes well. The carrier that will presumably support it is Verizon. This device may very well be our very own DLX model, or so Global Certification Forum reported.