A New Endeavour: HTC Quad-Core Handset Gets Renamed

HTC Endeavour

Since we first heard about HTC’s new Edge handset last year excitement has been building surrounding the rumoured quad-core beauty, thought to be in line for an unveiling at Mobile World Congress.

According to Pocketnow, the much-vaunted device has officially been renamed the Endeavour by HTC, but despite this, the majority of the leaked specs haven’t changed. Stepping up to the plate is a 1.5GHz Tegra 3 chip, 4.7-inch 720p HD display, and 8MP camera with f/2.2 lens and 1080p video capability.

Also said to be crammed inside is 1GB RAM and a humongous 32GB of internal storage, with speculation suggesting that there may even be a microSD card slot which could boost the memory by another 32GB.

Running Android Ice Cream Sandwich and overlaid with HTC Sense, the super-charged handset could also feature LTE functionality, something which would undoubtedly make it more attractive to the tech-heads out there.

If unleashed at the upcoming MWC as expected, the Edge will be the first quad-core mobile to market, following in the footsteps of the Asus Transformer Prime which accomplished the same feat in the world of tablets no so long ago.

It seems everyone will be going quad-core crazy in Barcelona at the end of the month, so stay tuned and we’ll update you with the latest news as and when it happens.