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A 4.7 Inch Display at 800 x 480 resolution?
HTC phones are (h)eavy (t)hick (c)raps compare to samsung!
this 4.7 800x480 garbage probably release in summer 2012 for USA while Samsung releases nexus prime with 1280x720.
This thing is a monster!