By Brandon Miniman | March 23, 2010 4:29 PM
For those of you wondering where the Android-running HTC HD2 was, wonder no more. The HTC Supersonic on Sprint is real, and calling it a “megaphone” wouldn’t be an overstatement. To start, it’s rocking the Snapdragon QSD8650 1GHz CPU, which is a model above what you’ll get on the Nexus One or HD2 (meaning that it probably has advances in speed and power consumption). The screen, like the HD2, is 4.3″ and WVGA resolution. The device can take pictures at an amazing 8MP, and has a fill light for dark areas. And guess what…it has a FRONT-facing camera (yes, this is the first US handset to have a front-facing camera, presumably for video chat). Also very cool is that with a special adapter, the HTC EVO 4G will do HDMI out! Amazing.
Best of all, it can take advantage of Sprint’s 4G WiMax network, which means super fast data transfer speed like we’ve never seen before.