HTC 1080p Android, Nokia Lumia 822 Spotted In Verizon Leak

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Ready for some new smartphones at Verizon? A couple screenshots have just leaked of Verizon’s device management system, showing both the arrival of one of Nokia’s new Lumia handsets, as well as the rumored HTC 1080p Android.

Yesterday, Nokia announced the Lumia 820 and 920, the company’s first Windows Phone 8 handsets. Now, both white and gray variants of the Lumia 822 show up in Verizon’s system; presumably, that’s the designation for the CDMA version of the 820. It’s just a shame there won’t be more color options available to Verizon users but those two neutral tones; at least they’ll be able to swap out the phone’s backplate for a more colorful alternative after purchase.

Then there’s this HTC model, which may be the handset we’ve seen pop-up a couple times in recent days in some very blurry photos. When we talked about this rumored 1080p Android back in July, some benchmark figures tied the phone to model number HTC6435. Sure enough, that very same entry appears in this leak, adding credence to the theory that it’s nearly ready to be announced.

Neither of these entries reveal anything about specific retail launch dates, so we’ll just have to keep looking for more info to surface.

Source: Engadget
Via: Android and Me

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