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HTC 1080p Phone 6435LVW Stops by Bluetooth SIG This Week

HTC’s 1080p phone, codenamed “dlx,” cruised through Bluetooth SIG this week while on its way to grabbing every certification it needs to before being announced. Not much else can be established from this listing, but it does help confirm that the phone is still real and headed to Verizon. The “VW” at the end of the model number HTC6435LVW gives us that clue.

At this point, the big question remains, “Will HTC unveil this on September 19 in NYC?” They have an event planned, but have been short on details. Will it be the device that Mr. Blurry Cam took 3 shots of this weekend? Will we get everything that was included in that early benchmark that we discovered – 1080p resolution, 5″ display, quad-core Snapdragon S4 processor, and 4G LTE?

For me, this is the device of 2012 that I am most looking forward to. Well, until some new Nexus details start leaking out, that is.

Via:  Bluetooth SIG

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  • Nucleux

    i would take this device over the iPhone 5 and Galaxy Note 2 just because 5 inches is good enough for me. Plus i love HTC phones and Galaxy phones but 5.5 inches is just a bit to much.

  • trob6969

    If it also has an SD slot AND removable battery, this will be the phone I’ve been waiting for. No other phone would even enter my mind at purchase time.

  • coolsilver

    Too bad I will never buy HTC again.

    • Chris

      Yup. My Desire HD not getting upgraded makes me never want to touch HTC again. Not even for a Sense free phone.

  • “For me, this is the device of 2012 that I am most looking forward to. Well, until some new Nexus details start leaking out, that is.” This!!!

  • Isn’t HTC’s event coming up for Windows Phone? If it’s a Verizon device, I would think they would do a joint event sometime in early October for a November launch.

  • AJA0

    If it has 2GB of RAM and is on VZW, I’m sold (if the GNote2 is confirmed not coming).

    • I believe the Note II is coming to all carriers. I’d prefer the Note II, but the design and display of this device is really hard to ignore.

      • trob6969

        The benchmark scores of the DLX not only leaves the Note 2’s in the dust, but its scores are so high that they’re unprecedented for smartphones.

    • michael arazan

      Plus this is the first quad core on VZW

  • 2001400ex

    Needs good battery!!!! Otherwise EPIC FAIL.

    • AnGeLFaCe777

      I am agreeing with you.

  • majormudafuckinhun

    All of you post the same responses… “If I could put stock Android on it” “HTC battery life sucks” Yiga Yawn! Come up with something else!

    • TheFirstUniverseKing

      If only I could put stock Android on you…

      • majormudafuckinhun

        Right after I knock some Sense into you…

        • TheFirstUniverseKing

          Don’t be so sure about that. I’m so fast I look like a Motoblur.

          • majormudafuckinhun

            Those you must be one ugly some bitch…

          • AnGeLFaCe777

            You are an idiot. Stop cursing lol.

          • majormudafuckinhun

            well you’re the village idiot!

  • Butters619

    If they don’t put a 3000+ mAh battery on this, it’s a major fail. 5″ 1080p SLCD2 will be the power drain of the century.

    Also current quad core S4’s lack cell connectivity, aka LTE is on an external chip, aka more battery drain.

  • Diablo81588

    If the specs turn out to be true, this would be pretty awesome. But then again, its a HTC, so battery life will be abysmal.

  • mustbepbs

    If HTC can give me a quality phone without any BS with multitasking, a promise for quick JB and good quality specs, I’ll be all over it.

    • Butters619

      Multitasking was fixed on the One X. Took a couple months but they did it.

      • mustbepbs

        Yeah that’s exactly what I don’t want. A fix that takes a few months to complete.

      • trob6969

        I never had any multitasking issues with my rezound.

        • Butters619

          It was a Sense 4.0 issue. They did aggressive memory management which made Sense run very quickly but it pushed programs out of memory almost instantly if you tried to do something else. Some people even had issues where music apps would be pushed out of memory while music was playing.

          For example if you were in the browser and you hit home, when you would go back to the browser it would have to refresh so you would lose anything you entered.

    • LionStone

      A bit of a stretch but I’m really hoping they release it WITH JellyBean!! It would be over the top if they could pull that off.

  • Stevedub40

    I’m with you on that Kellex. I am really pulling for HTC (and Moto) do blow us away with a high quality – well built device with super specs. It’s crazy that September has seen more action than any other month, most likely thanks to apple 😛

    • AnGeLFaCe777

      You have a point but HTC always disappoint us with the battery.

  • Bewara2009

    Oh Kellex you say that to about every phone that comes out..” this is the device of 2012 that I am most looking forward to. ” LOL.


    If I can put stock Android on this bad boy; I won’t need another phone for a long time.

    • Sigmonster

      Thats my thinking…I mean I’m still rockin’ the Droid Incredible.. with Jellybean mind you (runs like a champ). So I have full faith in HTC device stability. If this phone is what it seems to be I will jump on this and nurse it till it can’t run any more.

      • Captain_Doug

        Dinc2 with jellybean. Love their hardware. Gave my Dinc to the wife, she broke it. Sad day.

      • AnGeLFaCe777

        HTC are doing well lately. They need to start putting bigger batteries in their devices.