(rumor) HTC ZETA

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    Man HTC's been upping the ante on processors.
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    I agree! some power houses are coming
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    I wonder why it has the soft buttons if its running 4.0. Looks sweet tho

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    I wonder where they will draw the line between CPU performance and battery
    life? I imagine a quad core will suck a lot of juice!

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    Fugly

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    All this extra processing speed is nice, but I would rather see more RAM. By the time my next contract is up I would really like at least 2 GB of RAM. The difference between 1 GHz processor and a 2 GHz processor is far less pressing for me than the difference between 1 GB of RAM and 2 GB of RAM.

    Theoretically a quad core (which has a core solely controlling temp/battery) would help, not hurt your battery life.
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