If you're already sick of the iPhone 4 and its chronic antenna issues (or not, according to Apple), chin up. Another Android superphone just got rumoured - and it's a 1Ghz-packing, 4.3-inch WVGA monster running on Android 2.2.
According to Slashgear, it'll be the HTC Desire HD, a beefed up version of the five-star HTC Desire with a bigger screen and better camera.
The rumoured spec list includes the 4.3 widescreen display with multitouch, a 1Ghz Snapdragon processor and an eight-megapixel camera with 720p HD video recording. It'll supports Xvid video, a high-quality digital file formate and surround sound. And thanks to its Android 2.2 OS, it'll also support Flash player (take that, iPhone 4).
Design-wise, an aluminium unibody has been rumoured - which puts it firmly in the HTC Legend style camp, except with big, beefy Desire-style specs. Here's hoping the rumoured launch of October is on point.