A new leak, coming to us courtesy of HTCSoku, is suggesting the existence of an upcoming Android phablet from HTC. Said to be codenamed as the HTC T6, the device has been discovered in a Linux string as you can see below.
The T6 seems to be coming in a few variants – Cassiopeia, Columba, Delphinus, Crater, and Eridanus – which will be aimed at a wide range of wireless networks around the world.
Rumors are suggesting that the device will be equipped with a display between 5 and 6 inches, and that 6 in the codename has fuelled suspicions that it will come with a 6 inch screen. But we believe it’s probably going to be a 5.5 incher. The codename will likely won’t have anything to do with the screen size as proven by the HTC M7 (One).
There haven’t been any hints regarding other specs, but there is talk that it might arrive with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 600 or the 800 and running Jelly Bean. Maybe this device will end up on Verizon as a successor to the Droid DNA. It might be unveiled sometime in the near future and could go against the Samsung Galaxy Note III which is expected to be shown off by Samsung at their event in London, scheduled to happen on June 20th.