Looks like HTC may be getting a little antsy with their codenames for the HTC Edge, a quad-core smartphone said to be on its way this year. PocketNow reports that the codename has been changed from HTC Edge to HTC Endeavor. No reason was given for the change so we’ll just chalk it up to pure paranoia. It’s said to be here in Q2 and will apparently be hitting store shelves as the HTC Supreme when it’s all said and done. Quad-core? Check. 720p screen? Check. Does the rest really matter right now? [PocketNow]
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