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[Rumor] HTC May be Working on Their Own Phablet Sized Device; Leaked Pics Tease

Discussion in 'Android News' started by dgstorm, Sep 5, 2012.

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    Some supposedly leaked pics of an unknown HTC device seem to suggest that they are working on their own 5-inch phablet style device. At a glance, it just looks like any other phone spied by Mr. Blurrycam, but if you look a bit closer, the dimensions seem to suggest a device that is larger than your typical 4.7-inch flagship. Here's a quote with some additional detail,

    What do you guys think? Could a 5-inch phone be the new standard size?

    Update: Also, this phone looks a tad bit like the one that Shadez posted on Saturday, so it is very possible it is the same thing.

    Source: HTCOneForum via Phandroid
    Last edited: Sep 5, 2012
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    Is it really that hard to take a good photo?
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    If you "look closely" it "appears to be larger than 4.7"? Seriously? What do you do, measure the blurry HTC logo and then try to extrapolate? Sounds perfectly scientific to me.
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    To me, it looks like every other HTC device. It's no wonder HTC is failing, they are never the leader in anything innovative, but rather always bringing up the rear.