A recently leaked T-Mobile marketing flyer reveals some new info about the upcoming myTouch HD Android handset. The device, which I guess is the HTC Glacier (?) will apparently feature a DLNA functionality dubbed”Screen Share”, a 5Mpix camera and a Front facing VGA camera for video calls/chat oon T-Mobile’s HSPA+ network. The most controversial part though is the “1Ghz dual processor” bit that may suggest that the device packs a MSM8260 or MSM8660 Qualcomm chipset like earlier rumoured after the leaked benchmarks. Fact is, that those benchmarks have never proved anything (just browser GLBenchmark to see that and low-end myTouch Slide can bench as high as an HTC G2 with the new Adreno 205…) and that Qualcomm has already announced that the MSM8260 or MSM8660 where slightly delayed and start to hit retail in early 2011 instead of Q4 2010. The regular SnapDragon SoC (and all other MSM chipsets) are also technically Dual-Processors (ARMv7 Scorpion CPU + AMR Baseband DSP …) so i can be a marketing typo/mistake.