Quite many handsets from HTC’s 2009 line-up have appeared lately in unofficial documents, and now it’s time for even more.
If the info found at Tilt Mobility is legit, two of HTC’s Windows Mobile 6.5 smartphones – codenamed HTC Star and HTC SuperStar – will come with WVGA (480 x 800) displays. The Star will sport a 3.6 inch screen, while the SuperStar a 3.7 inch one.
HTC Star is said to have a Qualcomm 8250 chipset – and there’s nothing unusual here, as Qualcomm and HTC have been collaborating since, like, forever.
On the other hand, HTC SuperStar appears as featuring an nVidia AP16 chipset, which does sound promising.
Other devices that may come from the Taiwanese manufacturer are:
- HTC Tachi, with WM 6.1 and a 2.8 inch, 640 x 480 pixels display
- HTC Chief and HTC Captain, both with WM 6.1 and 2.4 inch QVGA displays
Now let’s hope that at least the Star and SuperStar will be confirmed by HTC.
Via WM Experts
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