Full Phone Review of HTC Zeta - Rumored Specs

Posted by Arjun Chauhan | Thursday, December 15, 2011 | , | 0 comments »
HTC is all set to thrill all of us, after all its going to launch more than 15 smartphones the next year, that’s what HTC’s country head told the media reporters quite a few months ago. Perhaps, HTC Zeta could be one of them. HTC Zeta is though not officially announced but speculations say that it will soon be announced and released. HTC Zeta, if released, will be a very big phone as its 4.5inch with latest OS and believe me it’s enough to give us a surprise! There are many similar mobile phones available in the market but Now let us have a deep insight of features which HTC Zeta is expected to have.

Operating System

HTC Zeta will, not surprisingly, have Android v4.0 (Ice-Cream Sandwich). HTC phones seems to be dying to upgrade themselves to Ice-Cream Sandwich, take the example of HTC Rezound. The operating system of a phone matters a lot, because it defines tons of things which are hard to mention here.

Processor and Performance

Processor of HTC Zeta is perhaps the strongest processor ever built! HTC Zeta has got the 2.5GHz dual core processor, it will be a APQ 8064 processor. The might of HTC Zeta will be strong enough to replace the position of number one phone.


Camera quality of HTC Zeta is a good too. It has got a 8MP camera with features like autofocus, dual-LED flash etc. We can even record full HD videos from it at the top notch speed of 30fps. It has even got a 1.3MP camera.


HTC Zeta is expected to have fixed storage capacity of 32GB with 1GB RAM. This combination will make it a very hardcore competitor of Apple iPhone 5! So beware Apple, HTC is coming.


Guessing the price of HTC Zeta is quite hard as I have never heard or seen a phone which is so powerful. But still, I think it will be well over Rs.35,000 or $780. Pricing is totally based on the features and quality and both of these are just magnanimous in the case of HTC Zeta.
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