HTC Ruby Exclusive Spyshots

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HTC's upcoming Ruby has been spotted in Thailand according to Droid Sans, which posted a few snaps of it. The leaked photos of the phone in a black casing appear to have been taken in a hurry because some of them appear blurry. According to the website, the company is testing the new device capable of DC-HSPA+ (42 Mbps) data transfer speeds.

The HTC Ruby is rumoured to come with a 1.5 GHz dual-core processor, 1 GB memory, and 16 GB internal memory. It is also stated to sport a 4.3" qHD screen and an 8 MP rear camera with AF and dual LED flash, and 2 MB front camera. It is surprising that the Sense UI, which is a key feature of all HTC phones, seems to be missing in this phone. The interface appears just like a stock Android, contrary to the rumours that the Ruby will sport Sense 3.5 with Android 2.3 Gingerbread.

The available snaps of the phone can be seen below:
2q2ikix.jpg

2hwmzyq.jpg

2u42b6c.jpg

cqdja.jpg

346ownm.jpg
 
Amazing 42 mbps modem, but our network is capable of such high speed data transfer network ?
 
kramkumar said:
Amazing 42 mbps modem, but our network is capable of such high speed data transfer network ?
Sir mobile is future proof for the time being... :lol
Its 4G support phone.
We have to wait till 4G starts in India.... :lol
 
mazhar_909 said:
HTC's upcoming Ruby has been spotted in Thailand according to Droid Sans, which posted a few snaps of it. The leaked photos of the phone in a black casing appear to have been taken in a hurry because some of them appear blurry. According to the website, the company is testing the new device capable of DC-HSPA+ (42 Mbps) data transfer speeds.

The HTC Ruby is rumoured to come with a 1.5 GHz dual-core processor, 1 GB memory, and 16 GB internal memory. It is also stated to sport a 4.3" qHD screen and an 8 MP rear camera with AF and dual LED flash, and 2 MB front camera. It is surprising that the Sense UI, which is a key feature of all HTC phones, seems to be missing in this phone. The interface appears just like a stock Android, contrary to the rumours that the Ruby will sport Sense 3.5 with Android 2.3 Gingerbread.

The available snaps of the phone can be seen below:
2q2ikix.jpg

2hwmzyq.jpg

2u42b6c.jpg

cqdja.jpg

346ownm.jpg
very best information thanks
 
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