According to the site “the Taiwanese OEM will next offer a more modestly-spec’ed Windows Phone known internally as the HTC Tiara. Most notable about Tiara is the fact that it will be among the first devices to run Windows Phone 8 GDR2, which will be the second update to the platform since it debuted last fall. It will not, however, adopt the same design language as the newly-revealed, Jelly Bean-powered HTC One.”
Talking about specs and the Tiara’s expected launch date, Unwired View says, “Besides the choice of OS, Tiara looks, on paper, to be nearly the doppelganger of a recently-released Android handset from HTC, the One SV (codename: K2). Both devices feature the same 1.2GHz dual-core Qualcomm Snapdragon chipset, a 4.3-inch Super LCD2 of WVGA resolution and 217ppi, 1GB/8GB RAM/ROM, an 1800mAh battery, and dual front and rear cameras. In fact, the only difference between the two models lies in the camera resolution: while both phones sport a 1.6-megapixel front-facing webcam, the Tiara’s eight-megapixel rear cam bests the One SV’s five-megapixel primary shooter, at least in terms of pixel count.
Since the Taiwanese firm has not yet officially announced the Tiara, treat this as a rumour for now.
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