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HTC Tube Dual-Core Smartphone Upgrades Features With Cartridges

January 25th, 2011 | by Thrystan |



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We consider the Antoine Brieux latest design, HTC Tube, a brilliant idea, one that would get some kudos even from Modu: a smartphone based on cartridges to enhance its features. HTC Tube is available in a Starter, Smart and Ultimate Edition, with the first running Android 2.2 on a 800MHz and the Ultimate using a 1.5GHz Dual core CPU coupled with WP7/Android 2.2 via dual boot.

HTC Tube Dual Core Smartphone Upgrades Features With Cartridges

Features can change depending on the cartridge you use and we learn that the external case of the handset is made of a magnesium alloy and incorporates a 4.65 inch S-Amoled multitouch capacitive display with a 16:9 ratio. The internal cartridge provides the most important features, like the GPS, WiFi, 3G, camera (up to 12MP) with dual LED flash, 1800mAh battery and more.

1GB of RAM should also be present on the HTC Tube ultimate Edition, while the Smart Edition will only feature Windows Phone7 with HTC Sense, 576MB RAM and a 5MP camera. This NAK Design phone can evolve endlessly, as cartridges keep getting made, so this idea is once again, brilliant! Is anyone in Taiwan reading this?!

HTC Tube Dual Core Smartphone Upgrades Features With Cartridges

HTC Tube Dual Core Smartphone Upgrades Features With Cartridges

HTC Tube Dual Core Smartphone Upgrades Features With Cartridges

HTC Tube Dual Core Smartphone Upgrades Features With Cartridges

HTC Tube Dual Core Smartphone Upgrades Features With Cartridges

[via NAK Design]

  1. 6 Responses to “HTC Tube Dual-Core Smartphone Upgrades Features With Cartridges”

  2. By Dave on Mar 29, 2011 | Reply

    Is there any information on when we could possibly expect this phone to hit the US? late 2011? early 2012?

  3. By sebahattin on Jun 17, 2011 | Reply

    I think that this design never be offered by HTC, because it is too complicated. Much people wants, that the mobilephone is thin. This system of connecting (Handy in dockingstation) can´t be thin. It is unusable.

  4. By deanna on Feb 8, 2012 | Reply

    when is this phone coming out ? BOSTON ,Ma

  5. By Neeraj Gajar on Jul 13, 2012 | Reply

    When is this Cell Phone launching in India.
    And what is the Price for this.

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