HTC Runnymede press shot emerges

12 September, 2011 | Comments (57) | Post your comment

Tags: HTC, Android, Touch UI

The HTC Runnymede is one of the most anticipated Android offerings to hit the market this Fall. After all, the droid is expected to be the first product of the recently announced partnership between the Taiwanese manufacturer and the Los Angeles based Beats Electronics.

Today, we have the first press shot of the music oriented droid. In terms of specs, we already know that the smartphone will be closely related to the recently announced, Windows Phone running HTC Titan. The features include a single-core CPU, clocked at 1.5GHz, a massive 4.7" screen with WVGA resolution, and a high quality 8MP camera unit. The device will come with either 16 or 32GB of built in memory and 768MB of RAM. There will be no memory card slot on board. Like we mentioned above already, the smartphone is expected to feature some serious audio performance, as well as a pair of Beats by Dr. Dre headphones bundled in its retail package.

The rumored price tag of the droid is 530 ($838) for the 16GB model, and 30 more for the version with 32GB of on-board memory. You will surely find droids with better specs than the HTC Runnymede out there, but sans the Beats Audio credentials. We surely hope that the latter are worth the expected price tag.





HTC Runnymede press shot emerges - reader comments

  • ulti

Lol once again you show how great your product knowledge is. And your reading skills. Yes the iphone 4 does have a 1ghz processor, i never said it didnt, but read my post, i said it has an UNDERCLOCKED PROCESSOR at 800Ghz. Why do you keep arguing at ...

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  • 2011-09-14 22:13
  • nGw0
  • big b

okay i made a mistake about the arc who cares, in reply to you saying that we are on gsm arena please look at the iphone 4 and understand that it has a 1ghz processor genius. android are trying to brainwas like apple but still are not gunna win, appl...

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  • 2011-09-14 15:42
  • M3s@
  • Ulti

Dude stop, your making yourself look silly now. the Arc does 720p, not 1080p. you are on gsmarena, just search for the arc lol. More great product knowledge from the CPWH. so to answer your question, you look like the monkey. Developers are dev...

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  • 2011-09-14 11:40
  • ixum