HTC Omega Mango Smartphone Real Photos Leaked on Auction Site

Posted By Dupont on August 30, 2011
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We’ve already hear something about the upcoming Windows Phone 7 Mango device from HTC – HTC Omega, which is likely to be announced at HTC’s September 1st press event. It is rumored that HTC Omega will come with a white/sliver color combination, perhaps with aluminum construction.

HTC Omega 1

Not until these photos released can we make sure what it really looks like. The photos come from an Algerian auction site called OuedKniss and appear to show the white/gray device at a start price of $370, which has been reached to $500 now.

HTC Omega 2

Rumored to be powered by a 1.5GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon MSM8255 processor (likely to be single-core) and 512M of RAM, the HTC Omega also features a 3.8-inch screen, 8MP primary camera and a front camera with unknown pixel count.

HTC Omega 3

It is also said that it might be called the HTC Radar when it arrives. Although we don’t know much about this good looking Smartphone, we don’t need to wait for too long. If the specifications could be upgraded a little bit, this device could be even better. Or as the reports said before, HTC would soon release a high-end Windows Phone 7 Mango Smartphone, codenamed the HTC Eternity.

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