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Leaked Shots of Verizon and HTC's 1.2 GHz Android World Phone?

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AndroidGuys has photos of a 4" HTC slider set to land on Verizon sometime in 2011. That's a ways away, but if the speculated 1.2GHz processor and CDMA and GSM compatability are for real, it's worth getting excited about.

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The prototype, they say, was sporting a Vodafone SIM card, suggesting it could be an elusive Android world phone. AndroidGuys speculates that it's packing a 1.2GHz processor under its 4" screen and four-row sliding hardware keyboard.

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2011 is a ways out, so plenty could change before this red-hot Android hits retail. But for the time being you can salivate over more shots at Android Guys. [AndroidGuys]

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jiveabillion
jiveabillion

If Android really wants to corner the market, they've got to quit allowing phones with such different screen sizes, inputs, speeds, and capabilities to use it's OS. As a developer, I know how difficult it is to decide which feature set an app is going to be designed for. That's where Apple got it right. Keep things the same, and the apps will roll in regularly and be of good quality. Hopefully Microsoft is very strict about the hardware that Windows Phone 7 is allowed to be on.