Sep 13th, 2010 publishUpdated   Sep 12th, 2021, 4:06 pm


Everyone and their mother has been awaiting word of the first dual-core Android handset, and according to a recently leaked document T-Mobile will be the carrier to give it to us. Leaked to TMoNews, the document doesn’t give us a flat out point-to-point rundown of specs and features, but it covers all of the ones that might make your mouth water including confirmation of a 1GHz dual-core processor, Android 2.2, and yes Virginia there is a Santa Claus — a front-facing camera.

To go along with the FFC comes word that video chatting will function over 3G, HSPA+, and WiFi using Qik for phone to phone calls and Qik or Yahoo Messenger to place calls to a PC. That’s right. You can place calls no matter what your connectivity and even dial up someone that doesn’t have an Android phone for a video chat. Also mentioned is screen sharing to an HD television, though no mention of whether this is through wired (HDMI) or wireless (DLNA) connections.

It is also interesting to note that the document calls T-Mobile America’s largest 4G network. Could a rebranding of HSPA+ as a 4G technology be in the future as well?

[via TMoNews]

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