Sammys99, 19 Dec 2011Im sure it wont be quadcore for HTC Edge, too soon for quadcore phone and for what use on a ph... moreit's not so hard to believe... see samsung galaxy note(for screen size) and nvidia tegra 3(quad core)...
sammys99 don't talk if you don't know...the quad core processors are annunced for some time..
What's so hard to believe about 4.7"? Nexus is popular and is 4.65"
I also belive quad-core is a natural progression from the dual's that are becoming common place.
Im sure it wont be quadcore for HTC Edge, too soon for quadcore phone and for what use on a phone with quadcore, 4,7"? HTC tab, sure but now way on a cell phone yet and stop trusting with false rumors.
chazy2910, 05 Dec 2011its just rumour guys!!With all the other Dual core integreted phones which which will be rumoured to be released next year
Those 4.7 inchers should have an aerodinamic agreement or something....
debbi, 27 Nov 2011how could you all know anything about the edge when it has yet to be released????It says "RUMORED" up top for the Status. These are the expected specifications, gathered from various sources. GSMArena isn't claiming these are the final specs. Geesh!
how could you all know anything about the edge when it has yet to be released????
this is better then an actual dual core cpu...why? because this new brand of quad core cpus expecially tegra 3 consume less battery..trust me
EdB, 09 Nov 2011Do you think we can fine tune the dual cores first? Do you think we can work on battery life w... moreSamsung's phones are far from junk, as are HTC's... The reason any the iPhone holds its value for longer is because they only release a single phone each year and that there are tons of complete idiots who don't mind paying damn near close to retail price for a used iPhone, so blame them if anyone... Also, Nexus phones tend to hold their value longer as well due to the fact they run stock Android...
Dual core phones run very well under GB 2.3.5... There are no bugs or glitches on Android, at least not compared to iOS with its horrible battery life, even after the iOS 5.0.1 update, extremely slow performance, buggy multitasking gestures, corrupted iCloud documents, can't make voice calls if you've used Voice activation, buggy bluetooth always disconnects, WiFi doesn't re-connect when coming out of sleep, Wireless Sync not working correctly, Wireless software updates not working correctly, some apps won't show notifications in the notification bar ripped off of Android, Safari crashing, iMessage not working correctly, apps appear with "waiting" status on home screen which results in being unable to use the app, unable to associate address book contacts with other apps, missing contacts in general and so on...
So as you can see, the bug list is VERY long (and I wasn't even done listing them all) and very detrimental to the user experience... Android has nowhere near that many bugs (if any at all), and none of them take away from the user experience. So before spreading your BS misinformation about Android being buggy and glitchy, you may want to first point out that iOS is FAR more buggy, glitchy and less secure than Android is...
Sorry to inform you, but there are many Android handsets out there that absolutely destroy the iPhone 4s, and even more that destroys the iPhone 4... There is a reason why Android is the #1 selling smartphone OS on the market, because it's just that much better than the rest and because it caters to what the user wants and needs all which staying on top of any new technology released for the mobile world.
Just a new examples of phones that are far superior to the iPhone 4S:
Samsung Galaxy S II
Motorola Atrix 2
HTC Sensation XE
The soon to be released Samsung Galaxy S III
Just a few things to think about.
one small step for Peter Chou... one giant leap for HTC kind (Edge) .
Android Lover, 14 Nov 2011It should have a 16/32/64GB of internal Memory. And it should have also a 16GB Memory included... moreIt will have at least a 16 GB of internal memory. It will support memory cards up to 64 GB(or maybe 128 GB) The Sensation can support 64 GB of SDXC cards, so this one can support as well. :)
It should have a 16/32/64GB of internal Memory. And it should have also a 16GB Memory included when you buy it. And Please. This HTC EDGE will use regular sim. That's my suggestions. Thanks! Im very interested on this phone.
Ps: Im a FILIPINO so Im Very sorry for my bad english :)
i dont think the battery is gonna suck that much.Take a look at