The HTC Edge is one of the most highly anticipated smartphones believed to make an appearance at Mobile World Congress at the end of the month. The reason why is simple, it’s said to have quad-core processor.
Now, according to the latest leaks, the Edge has been renamed as the Endeavor, but this is likely to remain only as a codename. Pocketnow suggests the phone could be called the Supreme (another typically understated name from HTC) when it hits the shelves.
While the phone has always been linked with a quad-core processor, it has never been clear exactly which chip will reside inside the device. Previous HTC smartphones have been primarily powered by Qualcomm chips, but with the Endeavor, this could all change.
If the rumours are correct, HTC has chosen the Nvidia Tegra 3 for its new flagship phone, a chip that has had plenty of coverage since it was announced last year. Check out the demonstration videos to see why this development is so exciting.
Additionally, the phone could have Beats Audio technology, and is almost certain to run Google Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, plus the latest version 4.0 of HTC Sense. The Endeavor is also said to feature a 4.7-inch touchscreen with 720p resolution, an 8 megapixel camera and Bluetooth 4.0.
Mobile World Congress starts in just a couple of weeks, and we can’t wait to see if the Endeavor will live up to the expectation!