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Photo leaks of Sprint HTC Android-based device with Wimax

It's not the best, but it looks like the first image of the Sprint-HTC collaborative smartphone, going by the name Supersonic, has popped up on the web.
Written by Rachel King, Contributor on

It's not the best, but it looks like the first image of the Sprint-HTC collaborative smartphone, going by the name Supersonic, has popped up on the web.

Since the iPad has been revealed and dissected, it's only time to focus on other rumored gadgets and leaks. According to Phone News, this Wimax-enabled device comes with a 4.3-inch touchscreen and 1GHz Snapdragon hardware, and it's powered by Google Android 2.1.

The Supersonic incorporates HTC Sense user interface, already seen on the HTC Hero, and apparently the designed is based on the HTC MAX 4G, which is available in Russia.

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