HTC's designers clearly talk across platform lines, if the latest shot of the massive Runnymede phone is any indication. This Gingerbread phone and the Titan look like they could be twins. There's not a whole lot know about the Runnymede (not even why HTC's decided to name it after the site where the Magna Carta was signed); it's suggested it may be a Gingerbread phone with a 1.5GHz processor, 768MB RAM and either 16GB or 32GB of ROM. With a 4.7-inch 800x400 Display this is going to be one very large phone indeed, and a near twin of the Windows Phone 7 HTC Titan.[PocketNow via Slashgear]
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