Android-running HTC Vigor and Bliss pics and specs leak

16 August, 2011

Pics and specifications of two new HTC Android smartphones leaked today. We've got the powerhouse Vigor and the cute little Bliss designed to be a woman's best friend.

The HTC Vigor's name was leaked previously through an image taken with its camera and a benchmark score. But today we have much more information thanks to a Dutch online retailer - the first photo of the smartphone itself and a large portion of its specs sheet were brought to light.

HTC Vigor

As it was previously rumored, the HTC Vigor is going to utilize a 1.5GHz dual-core Qualcomm processor and a 4.3-inch 720p display. There will also be an 8 megapixel snapper at the back that will be doing 1080p video recording. The Vigor will be the first handset in the HTC Beats lineup (backed up with Beats by Dr Dre sound innovations) and is going to run on the latest Android 2.3.4 Gingerbread skinned with the latest HTC Sense 3.5 UI .

There is nothing on the availability just yet, but we suppose the upcoming holiday season is the best we can hope for.

Now let's talk about the HTC Bliss. It is a long rumored smartphone that HTC is preparing with the ladies' needs in mind. It should be a small, cute device running on a single-core 800MHz processor (Qualcomm MSM7x30 chipset with Adreno 205 GPU) and probably featuring a 3.something-inch display and a mid-range camera (5 megapixel or so).

HTC Bliss

As you can see, the HTC lady phone looks much like the Wildfire S. As rumor has it, the Bliss will run on Android 2.3 Gingerbread with the latest HTC Sense 3.5 UI on top of that. The Bliss has already passed through the FCC in the USA so it might be quite close to becoming available.

HTC Bliss might be a mid-range smartphone, but one of its key features should be the rich accessory set available for it - a tabletop dock, Bluetooth audio equipment and a charm that lights up for different notifications.

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Reader comments

  • jeroen

The spelling is indeed not correct it turns out the dutch website translated it with something like google translate or so, but it is correct it comes from a dutch website

  • Anonymous

Incorrect spelling? It's a dutch know, meaning it's not english.

  • PattyB

Wrong Font, 6 USP's while never more than 5 are placed and offcourse there's the incorrect spelling.