As we inch closer to the Windows Phone 8 release we are getting some interesting tidbits about the upcoming Windows Phone 8 devices from various manufacturers.
According to the latest reports from WPDang [Translated Page],HTC is all set to reveal their Windows Phone 8 offerings in 3rd week of September.Apparently there will be 3 devices will be revealed,namely Rio,Accord and Zenith.
The Rio Windows Phone 8 device which seems to be a lower end offering from HTC will feature a 4″ display with WVGA resolution (800 * 480),14.4Mbps HSPA support,it will sport a 5 Megapixel Camera with 720P video recording,it will be powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 Plus processor family, the MSM8227,to go with 512MB memory.
Talking about the other 2 devices slated for mid and high range,The Accord device will feature a 720p resolution 4.3-inch Super LCD2 display, 42Mbps HSPA + network support.The device will support 1080P video recording courtesy the 8 Megapixel camera,NFC support,1GB Memory and will be powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon dual-core processor i.e MSM8260A.
While the Zenith device will feature 720p resolution 4.7-inch Super LCD2 display,42Mbps HSPA + network support,1080P Video recording again with the 8 Megapixel camera.The processor for this device is unknown at the moment but it is said to be a quad core processor from the snapdragon family.
The article also suggests that the displays of Zenith and Accord will have a pixel density of 300 ppi nearing the retina display of the iPhone 4s.Talking about the release dates the Rio and Accord will be released in October time frame,while the Zenith will be released some time in the last quarter of the year.