Seems like the leaked specs of some upcoming smartphone heavyweights are at our disposal (courtesy of Expasys), so it's time to take a closer look at what these handsets have to offer us.
One of the most anticipated smartphones scheduled for MWC appearance is the successor to the Samsung Galaxy S (for now, it's simply dubbed... Galaxy S 2), and if these leaked specs are to be believed, this powerhouse of a phone will pack a dual-core MSM8260 Snapdragon processor clocked at 1.2GHz (previous rumour claimed this handset will be powered by a dual-core Orion processor), a 4.3-inch Super AMOLED Plus screen with a WVGA resolution (480 x 800), an 8MP rear camera capable of full HD recording and a 2MP one for video calling.
These specs don't sound too bad, eh? Anyway, next in line is the HTC Desire HD2, and it's set to offer the same 1.2GHz processor as the Galaxy S 2, but its resolution is listed as qHD (540 x 960). According to these specs, it will also pack an 8MP camera with full HD recording resolution.
Then we have the HTC Desire 2, which is said to be a single-core powered handset (Snapdragon QSD8250 clocked at 1GHz) with two cameras - the rear is a 5MP one, while the front-facing has 2MP. The screen is listed as a Super LCD one with a resolution of 480 x 800.
And after all these great specced phones... here comes the affordable HTC Wildfire 2. Seems like it will sport a 600MHz MSM7227 CPU, a 3.2 TFT screen with a 320 x 480 resolution and a 5MP camera.
For the detailed specs, check the images below and tell us what you think of this story.