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HTC T6 Spec Rumors Emerge: Will It Be a Galaxy Note Destroyer?
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HTC T6 Spec Rumors Emerge: Will It Be a Galaxy Note Destroyer?

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HTC recently confirmed the existence of the HTC One Google Edition and now rumors are swirling around the company's next big release; a phablet codenamed T6. Finally, specs have emerged for this mysterious device and we'd love to tell you about them. But be forewarned: these are no more than rumors at this point!

HTC's One was showered with praise at launch. But in order to compete with Samsung, HTC will need a phablet. Now it appears the company will soon be challenging the market dominance of Samsung's Galaxy Note series.

The T6 is no more but a distant dream, but specs have already emerged for the rumored device on the website "Unlockr." Here they are:

Display 5.9 inch, Full HD
CPU 2.3 GHz, Snapdragon 800
Memory 16GB
Camera (back) Ultrapixel 
Camera (front) 2.1 MP
Battery 3,300 mAh
Speaker Boom Sound
Expandable Memory Yes

While the T6 is tipped to ship with a stylus, it'll have a "very special feel" – whatever that means. According to the rumor mill, the T6 will also have its very own fingerprint scanner.

The other big news, of course, is the battery in this thing. 3,300 mAh would make this the Duracell Bunny of smartphones. 

All of this sounds great to me, especially since I'm someone who would rather have an HTC phablet than a Galaxy Note. But I'm skeptical about the OS. Even though Android 5.0 Key Lime Pie is not expected until later this year, I'm hoping it somehow makes its way on to this phone.

What do you think about all of this speculation. Has HTC – or, rather, the rumor mongers – sparked your interest?

Via: Phone Arena Source: The Unlockr

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