Engadget just posted what is supposedly a render of an upcoming Motorola Android smartphone called the MOTOSPLIT. their source says that it is powered by a Qualcomm SnapDragon chipset and should be out in Q3 2010 on AT&T. Could be a fake thought, so let’s just wait a see how it turns out.
It was discovered yesterday
that the T-Mobile US version of the handset will have 576Mb of Ram & 1gb of Rom compared to the 448Mb of Ram & 512 Mb or Rom available on the HD2
s currently sold worldwide. Some posters over at the Chinese XDA forums
have reported a couple of days ago (before the T-Mobile US info came out) that their HD2s are now reporting 576Mb of Ram after being flashed with some unreleased Radio Rom (2.06.5.04) . Check out the screenshots above to see what I’m talking about. There’s also a video (here
) showing the system information. This could mean that all HTC HD2
do have more ram than initially advertised (remember that the pre-release Roms only reported 320MB, the official “448Mb” was only reported when the devices were flashed with the retail Rom, so anything is possible..). Hopefully HTC will say something soon..
Source: XDA-china via XDA
Thanks to the good folks at XDA-Devs (SjG & Xmoo) you can now try the HTC
debug tools for the HTC HD2
(these are applications used to test the different functionalities of the handset, like GPS, FM-Transmitter, TV-Out, Digital Compass
, sensors etc..). They are not really useful to us, but if you really want to try them out just click here
. FYI, the TV-out and FM-Transmitter features are reported as not implemented yet (in the rom?).
Source: HTC Debug Tools via XDA