Another new HTC phone has popped up today and it looks like it’s headed for AT&T’s 4G LTE network. It’s reportedly being called the HTC Elite, a fine name if I do say so myself. We hope the device itself lives up to that name and with 4G radios we expect it to be a dual-core monster (though we can never assume too much). Other than the name and knowledge that it’s coming, the only thing we know is that it’s being targeted for an April 2012 release date. We’ll be digging for more info as always. [BGR]
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