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postheadericon HTC Merge / Lexicon prototype previewed, 800MHz processor produces sweet scores (video)

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Here’s a little something to make your weekend fly by — Android Central scored a hands-on look at Verizon’s dual-mode CDMA / GSM worldphone, the HTC Merge (or is that Lexikon?) and it’s looking like one hell of a handset. Though the prototype’s Android 2.2 build is saddled with HTC Sense and Bing for search, the hardware’s reportedly superb, with a “clicky and responsive and very well spaced” slide-out QWERTY keyboard with no Desire Z hinge nonsense, and a weighty, solid feel. There’s also a 5 megapixel shooter that does 720p video, a likely 2GB of on-board storage and 512MB of RAM, not to mention an 800MHz processor that’ll surely help derail the megahertz myth with superb benchmark scores. See it pull a 1,500 in Quadrant after the break, and start dropping those nickels into your piggy bank.

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HTC Merge / Lexicon prototype previewed, 800MHz processor produces sweet scores (video) originally appeared on Engadget on Sat, 02 Oct 2010 13:01:00 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds.

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postheadericon HTC Desire in the US pipeline for ‘select regional operators’ this August

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Since neither T-Mobile nor AT&T have ponied up a branded, high-end Android device yet (though the former is almost certainly about to announce the Galaxy S), we were particularly chuffed to get the news from HTC today that it’ll be bringing the lovely Desire to US shores through carriers in August. Thing is, it won’t be coming through any of the big guys — instead, it’s destined for “select regional operators,” and HTC is quick to note that the Hero has been “well received… in regional markets,” so we imagine some of those same little guys will be scooping the Desire. We’re told to wait for word from specific carriers on pricing and technical details, but the branded Desires have been confirmed to sport a 1GHz Snapdragon and Sense atop Android 2.1, two of the most important line items — now let’s just make sure we’re already cracking on a Froyo update, yeah?

Update: Cellular South is on the short list, which makes sense since they carried the Hero as well. Thanks, Richard!

HTC Desire in the US pipeline for ‘select regional operators’ this August originally appeared on Engadget on Wed, 16 Jun 2010 12:39:00 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds.

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