HTC Sabor To Come With Android 3.0 Gingerbread: Rumors

HTC Sabor Device for Sprint is rumored to come with Gingerbread, a 2GHz Processor and is set to arrive in the later half of 2010 or early next year. The HTC Sabor would feature a new screen technology which the company is working on to rival Samsung’s AMOLED Screens.
HTC SaborThe major specifications of HTC Sabor revealed include a 2GHz processor, 1280×760 Resolution Display, Front and Back Camera with one being 10 Megapixels, 1080p Video Recording and it comes with a built-in kickstand. The Android 3.0 Gingerbread is expected to run on HTC Sabor.

HTC Sabor specifications are far powerful than HTC Evo 4G or Motorola Droid X. All is said well, but there aren’t any concrete proofs about this HTC Sabor specifications.

So why HTC Sabor could be a fake rumor?
– HTC Sabor features 2GHz Processor, while the maximum processor usage of 1.5GHz is just getting a move on.
-The Display Resolution is quite large for a mobile phone. One cannot read text on these displays. Can you?
-Android 3.0 Gingerbread is yet to arrive for usage. So how could a phone be built on this platform even before it arrives.
-HTC Sabor, the name is questionable. No official confirmation by HTC about such a codename.

Well, it would be nice to have these kind of devices with high processing power, especially on Android Platform. Lets hope it doesn’t end up being a rumor.

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3 Responses to "HTC Sabor To Come With Android 3.0 Gingerbread: Rumors"

  1. Lucian Armasu says:

    The 2 Ghz cpu is the same nonsense that got spread around about iphone “4g”, thinking they will name it like that because they name have name it 3g before. Except that time it wasn’t 3rd generation but 3g the technology so it didnt make sense to name it 4G when it was obvious it wouldnt have a wimax or LTE chip because AT&T hasn’t even started rolling it out.

    What they call 2 Ghz CPU is a dual core 1 Ghz CPU (1+1), which will come in Tegra 2 and OMAP 4.

    So please stop spreading very innacurate news around about a 2 Ghz CPU. It’s 100% impossible to have one this year, and the earliest we’ll see a 2 GHz CPU is end of 2011 or start of 2012.

  2. Lucian Armasu says:

    The 1280×760 display is too large for a mobile screen? Are you serious? Have you even heard of iphone 4’s retina display?

    Iphone 4 has a 3.5″ screen and 4:3 ratio with 960×640 resolution.

    An android phone with 4″-4.3″ WIDE-screen 16:10 ratio would have a 1280×760 reolution. Do the math. You’ll see the pixel density should be about the same as iphone 4. So NO it’s not that hard to believe it will have it, if they want to stay competitive with Apple.

    Also, iOS and Android are not like Windows. The icons and text don’t shrink when you increase the resolution. They stay the same, but you have a crisper screen. Unless you mean the browser. But higher resolution on a phone means you can see a full page at first glance instead of seeing just a portion of it and then having to scroll around.

  3. Praveen says:

    Hi Lucian Armasu,

    I think you got me wrong completely. I meant 1280×760 display is too large simply because the text would be hurting my eyes as its too close to my face!!. I want everything to be compact. Even the size of a mobile phone!.

    Also its true that one can see the full page in their first glance with large resolutions. But on the other hand, you need to zoom in big time to actually know the text and its associated links. As u rightly mentioned, in the case of a web browser, full page view is not going to help when you want to navigate easily through the site.

    High resolution displays has its positive in showing everything in a single screen and has a negative in making the users to zoom in while browsing.

    But basically i don’t want the mobiles to get even more larger in size. Did you see a creative ad showing a person making calls with Apple iPad. The funny part was the conversation! I know its not possible with iPad. But with larger devices one can expect anything in the future.

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