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Is HTC preparing to launch the One X5 phablet?

Screen shots circulating on the internet have hinted that HTC is set to launch the One X5, a smartphone with an expected screen size of 5 inches – putting it firmly in the ‘phablet’ category.

HTC is scheduled to hold a press event tomorrow where more light is expected to be shed on the device. Here is the round up of the rumoured specs and features for the model.

HTC One X5: What we know so far

Earlier reports about the HTC One X5 pointed to a screen resolution of 1794 x 1080 alongside a powerful Snapdragon S4 quad-core processor with 1.5GB RAM.

The device is also set to feature 16GB of internal storage, with no news as yet as to whether a microSD card will be included to bump the storage up even further.

The One X5 is also set to run on Windows Phone 7, but Windows 8 is due to launch on October 26 in the UK so may see an update pretty swiftly.

Not only that, but HTC’s resident of global sales and marketing, Jason Mackenzie, recently said that the company is going to go “extremely bullish on Windows Phone 8.”

What else can we expect to see at HTC event?

Tomorrow’s press event invites journalists to “Join HTC to see what’s next”, and more than one handset is expected to be showcased.

Details of the HTC 8X, formerly known as the HTC Accord, may also be confirmed by the manufacturer.

Rumours about the device surfaced in June, with the device set to feature a 4.3-inch screen with a 720p Super LCD 2 display and 1080p-capable 8MP camera.

With the iPhone 5 launching last week and due to go on sale at the end of this week, HTC’s timing could have been a little better. But with some impressive specs in the One X5, it’s sure to do well regardless of the launch date.

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