Apr 25 AT 11:04 PM Nick Gray 11 Comments

HTC DoubleShot heading to T-Mobile in early July?

The HTC Espresso (T-Mobile myTouch 3G Slide) may not have been the most exciting Android handset of 2010, but we have a feeling that T-Mobile’s follow-up to last years QWERTY slider will do a much better job of pleasing the crowds. A leaked user agent profile for the HTC DoubleShot gives us a little insight into what HTC and T-Mobile have in the works. The handset is powered by a 1.2 GHz processor with a 800 x 480 resolution display, 6+ megapixel camera with HDR functionality, and slide-out QWERTY keyboard.

Rumor has it that the HTC DoubleShot (myTouch 4G Slide?) will land on T-Mobile’s network in early July.  This means we should start seeing more details and hopefully a few pictures of the handset within the next few weeks.  The DoubleShot will certainly be double the phone the original Espresso was; lets just hope the price doesn’t get multiplied by the same factor in the process.

Via: TmoNews

Source: PocketNow

Nick is a tech enthusiast who has a soft spot for HTC and its devices. He started HTCsource.com (the first HTC blog) back in 2007 and later joined the Android and Me family in the summer of 2010.

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  • http://Website Jim

    If it isn’t a dual core processor then its basically outdated as soon as its released…

    • http://Website t1

      Not every phone will have a dual core my friend and by no means does the lack of one mean that the phone is out dated. It takes more then just the processor specs to make the phone obsolete, this phone is definitely not for me as I would assume its not for you. If you want to be at the bleeding edge of processing power for a cellular device then yes duel core is for you but if you like texting and the use of apps and pretty much your average user then this would suit ones fancy and be more then enough phone. It can’t all be duel core! And choice is never a bad thing.

  • http://Website Richard Yarrell

    This looks to be a nice device for t mobile dualcore would’ve been nice but definately not mandatory…

  • http://Website Brandon Page

    Android Browser? so no sense? (or am i just wrong?)

  • http://twitter.com/cl2eep cl2eep

    From what we’ve seen lately, 1.2ghz usually indicates a Dual Core Snap Dragon.

  • http://Website watbetch

    2 shots of espresso with a line of coke please

  • http://Website RR

    Yup, Can see how a stolen printscreen of a random xml file with watermarks still on them and no reference to the date warrants the title of
    HTC DoubleShot heading to T-Mobile in early July?

    A random title, a big image of some espresso cups to fill your article and some wish list data to make up a complete page worth of an article.
    Well done, Sir author.

  • http://Website Mike

    I’ve overclocked my MT4G up to 1.8ghz and everywhere in between. I am most happy with performance and battery life when I keep it around 1.2ghz. Dual core or not 1.2ghz single core should be all the average user really needs in my opinion. And these MyTouch seem to be geared towards the average user.

    • http://Website alex

      if it is dual-core then it won’t be geared to average, if it is not dual-core then only the slide versions are, just like the MT3GS, and the mytouch 4g was a superphone when it came out remember it was the best (hardware wise)

  • http://Website Simon

    Anyone wants to have a guess at the screen size?
    My dream will come true when i can purchase a phone with 4.3” screen and physical keyboard.

  • http://Website Thomas Brown

    How about the Dell Streak 5″ ? Suits my needs exactly with Android 2.2 installed…