HTC Zara image and specs leak online; expected Q4 2013

@evleaks is back with another press render of a as yet unannounced smartphone. This time it's the HTC Zara, an Android device expected sometime in Q4 2013.

.. and the (unconfirmed) specs are:

  • 4.5-inch qHD screen (960X540)
  • Snapdragon 400 MSM8930 chip, 1.2GHz dual-core processor and Adreno 305 GPU
  • 1 GB RAM
  • 8 GB internal storage, with micro-SD card slot
  • 8-megapixel rear camera
  • 2,100 mAh battery
  • BoomSound speakers
  • Android 4.3 Jelly Bean and Sense 5.5 UI

According to VRZone, this mid range device will first be available on Sprint in the US sometime in the fourth quarter of this year.

Source @evleaks via VRZone

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That hardware would run WP8 really well.

But Android? I'm sure it'll be sluggish and have poor battery

Why bother even reporting on Android phones? Yawn.

There is nothing "quietly brilliant" about the design of that phone, it looks like their typical HTC design of 2010 and nothing more.

I would be more interested if it didn't run that Sense 5.5 skin over stock Android, so i'll be passing unless this changes.

UseLess said,
I don't get it? Don't new android phones come out every second week?

Especially your run of the mill ones.

no.... not in the US at least. Around the world? Probably.

Based on the "gotta have" acclaim of quad-core processors on Android, this phone must be terrible with its antiquated dual-core technology.

Enron said,
Based on the "gotta have" acclaim of quad-core processors on Android, this phone must be terrible with its antiquated dual-core technology.

Yah because they are 1080p phones? You need the power to run at that res. I don't think Apple or Windows Phone has anything close to the screens Android has to offer so they are on dual core. This one isn't 1080p so its using dual core.

onionjuice said,

Yah because they are 1080p phones? You need the power to run at that res. I don't think Apple or Windows Phone has anything close to the screens Android has to offer so they are on dual core. This one isn't 1080p so its using dual core.

Wouldn't that be based more on the GPU?

Enron said,

Wouldn't that be based more on the GPU?

Yah but they just couple them with quad core gpus... idk maybe some apps require cpu power ones that use a lot of Physics stuff?