Published on September 17th, 2012 | by Tawann Guice1
HTC’s Top Hat May Leaks Some Devices Good Enough To Rival Nokia’s Plethora Of Rainbow Colored Goodness
So it seems that there may just be a little private and inside war between the editors or Lifestyles Defined over what next Windows Phone * device will be the ‘crème of the crop’ of upcoming Windows devices. Frankly; I have had just about enough of all of the iPhone 5 talk, so I think it is about time to right into the real devices.
On the release date of the HTC Titan II and the Nokia Lumia 900 back in the spring; I actually had the pleasure of owning both devices, for a brief time of course. An Early April morning, promptly at my local AT&T store, my colleague and close friend Ramon and I purchased the Nokia Lumia 900 devices and were both equally awed and the beauty of the devices. Stunning design, a vivid display and an eye catching housing was just some of the immediate attractions of the device, but sometimes its not always about how something looks. As a consumer of almost every new mobile device; I like to have somewhat of a feature test of what ever device I would by at the time. Personally, I would not be a happy camper to find out that may hard earned dollars went to something that doesn’t live up to my expectations. So after having passes most of my features tests like camera quality, design, display and so on, I decide that I would test out the Lumia 900’s music playback quality. Being the music enthusiast that I am, I expect nothing but the best in sound quality when enjoying the ride to and from work. Well needless to say, the best was something that I did not get. In fact; the Nokia Lumia did not even rival the sound quality of my almost twenty year old Sony Walkman! So without anymore delay, I returned my Lumia 900 for an HTC Titan II.
I say this to you the reader, and specifically any of my colleagues that have abandoned the HTC ship for ‘Nokian’ Pirates of the Caribbean, there is not substitute for great sound. Coming from a musically inspired background, I cannot go on living with any device of mine that excels in every department but epically fails with something so simple as music playback and sound quality.
Early September, Team Nokia goes on to play their hand as the self proclaimed flagshit, I mean flagship of Windows Phone * devices, and I personally would like to believe that they will be. There devices are without question, something to behold, yet something as minuscule as good sound reproduction should not be a challenge for Nokia that goes unnoticed! HTC with “Sound Enhancement” delivers a personalized feel on how you would like your music to sound in almost any condition.Whether you are at the gym with earphones tapped in, or wired up into the auxiliary HTC devices deliver a much better sound quality that their Samsung and Nokia competitors hands down. So without anymore of my short story like posts, check out some of the specs to the new HTC: Windows Phone 8 devices.
HTC Rio :
HTC Rio is a phone that will use the windows operating system phone, HTC Rio in the plant will be a 1 GHz processor Qualcomm Snapdragon MSM8227 chip S4 Plus and memory with capacity of 512 RAM and It supports 14.4Mbps HSPA HSPA radio network. For the screen, HTC Rio has 4 inch wide WVGA screen. Then the phone will also be equipped with a 5 mega pixel resolution of 720p premises. They say this phone will be released in October 2012 was. Of the three phones HTC Rio, Accord and Zenith, Rio HTC is going on to fill entry-level segment.
HTC Accord :
For the next HTC phone that uses the Windows operating system was HTC Accord. In part this will be embedded in mobile dual core processor Qualcomm is likely to operate at 1.5 or 1.7Ghz, with a memory capacity slightly superior to the HTC Rio, the memory with a capacity of 1 GB of RAM. On the phone screen is also wider than the HTC Rio, with wide screen 4.3 inch Super LCD 2 screen with a resolution of 720P and supporting NFC. The camera phone also outperformed HTC Rio, HTC Accord will be equipped with 8 mega pixel camera with a resolution of 1080p, NFC, 42Mbps HSPA + radio. HTC Rio and Accord, both will be released in October 2012. Of the three HTC phones Rio, and Zenith Accord, HTC Accord will fill entry-level segment.
HTC Zenith :
HTC Zenith is a production mobile phone HTC located at the top and is meant to fill the upper class. The plan will be invested this phone a quad-core Snapdragon processor. For display, this phone has the most wide-screen width of the three phones that HTC will use the windows operating system phone. Screen for this phone will use the Super LCD and its width is 4.7 inch screen with a resolution of 720p. This phone will be equipped with 8 mega pixel camera with 1080p resolution, HSPA + 42Mbps. HTC Zenith to launch different times with both other phones, namely the end of 2012. Of the three phones HTC Rio, Accord and Zenith, HTC Zenith is going on to fill entry-level segment.
Oh, and just incase you thought that was not enough to get your ‘Super Sound’ juices flowing….
What you’ve all been waiting for!!! See you in November.