The Ruby is starting to see a major push in the hearts and minds of Android fans, which isn’t surprising considering the device’s specifications list. But it doesn’t look like the Ruby name is going to stick around, as a new report is suggesting that the device will actually pick up the Amaze 4G moniker when it launches sometime later this year. The Ruby name has always been tentative, and while some may have been falling in love with it, the suggested revelation that it was just a codename shouldn’t come as a shocker.
The Ruby, or Amaze 4G if you will, is reportedly packing HSPA+ 42Mbps capabilities right out of the box, which should make it a hot item for those in the covered T-Mobile USA markets. Additionally, the handset is set to feature a 4.3-inch qHD touchscreen display, a 1.5GHz dual-core processor under the hood, an 8MP camera around the back and a 2MP front-facing shooter. It’s also suggested that it will feature 1GB of RAM, and HTC is including Bluetooth 3.0 for good measure. It’s obviously not a low-end device, and T-Mobile will more than likely position it as a flagship device for the network this holiday season. Let’s just hope that October 26th launch date pans out, right?