4.3-inch Snapdragon-driven HTC Leo to be called HTC Pro Three?

HTC logoIt seems that HTC have been keeping themselves busy with the 1GHz Snapdragon platform and some leaked shots have just revealed the HTC Leo (or should we say HTC Pro Three), which runs on the 1GHz CPU and boasts a 4.3-inch WVGA touchscreen for some good measure.

HTC Leo specs have been in the rumor mill for quite some time now, but this is definitely the first time it leaks in live shots - though now that we see it, there seem to be some quite correct digital renderings floating around the net.

HTC Leo

Anyways, the HTC's own Snapdragon beast has 320MB of RAM and 512MB ROM and it runs on Windows Mobile 6.5 with some TouchFLO 3D magic on top. The shots below compare the Leo to the HTC Touch HD and it seems quite thinner but also definitely larger due to the impressive screen real estate, which is currently unmatched in the mobile phone world - or is that the world of tablets with phone functions?

HTC Leo

Whatever you put it, we're excited to see yet another mobile phone running on the marvelous Snapdragon chip.

Source: GSMArena

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