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MWC 2012 : What To Expect From HTC

MWC 2012 : What To Expect From HTC
News from ITProPortal:

In the first of a daily set of ITProPortal features, leading up to the start of MWC 2012, we are publishing what is likely to be announce at the mobile phone event in Barcelona, next week – starting with HTC.

Rumours around a new quad core mobile phone from the High Tech Computer Corporation kicked off the year, with Digitimes running an article that cited a JP Morgan Chase analyst – who claimed the company plans to launch new high-end smartphones, powered by the Nvidia Tegra 3 quad core processor.

Since then, more and more information has trickled out surrounding these yet to be released and confirmed devices, with code names such as the HTC Ville.

Later in January, news reached us from Geeky Gadgets that the HTC Ville will arrive on the T-Mobile network, in the USA. The phone was then rumoured to contain a sub-eight mm thick body, a 4.3-inch qHD display and powered by a 1.5GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon series 4 processor.

A few days later, HTC sent out invites to the press, for an event at Mobile World Congress on the 26th of February.

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Apple just sued Samsung in a California court over alleged patent infringement. The offending product, according to Apple: the Galaxy Nexus, the world’s first phone to run Android 4.0 “Ice Cream Sandwich.”

If successful in its lawsuit, Apple could block the phone from being sold in the U.S., Reuters reports.

The story may sound familiar. Apple and Samsung have sued or are suing each other in more than 10 different countries — from Australia to Germany — over supposed patent violations. At issue is how much Samsung’s line of Galaxy phones and tablets resemble Apple’s signature products, the iPhone and the iPad.

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