Big HTC Codename List Revealed, 24 Names Still Unaccounted For


Several months ago the folks over at Pocket Now received a little tidbit from a source who provided a plethora of names of supposed future devices from HTC.  Well, initially dubbing it as a rumor and unsupported, the team was unable to officially publish the list.  However, after several of these devices actually coming into fruition, the team began to take the list seriously.  Since the list has come to light, thus far every HTC device that has hit the market was clearly on the list.  And with yesterday’s revelation of the new quad-core monster from HTC, the Edge, this further indicates that the list is a pretty credible source.  

List Of Code Names:
Act
Alpha
Bliss
Blue
Cybertron
Edge
Elite
Eternity
Fighter
Fit
Flick
Glider
Grande
Holiday
Jet
Key
Layer
Omega
Pico
Pop
Prime
Quattro
Radiant
RTP
Ruby
Runnymede
Splendor
Square
Tag
Tahiti
Tube
Veloce
Vigor
Villa
Vitesse
Per Pocket Now’s source, it’s likely that not every name on the list will be used however, as of now, it’s pretty accurate.  Recall the following sites that have already come to light.
Bliss
Edge
Eternity
Holiday
Omega
Pico
Pop
Ruby
Runnymede
Vigor
Prime (Windows Phone Qwerty)
If the math is done correctly, there are 24 more names on that list that we’re unaware of.  This could be a pretty busy year for HTC if most of those names manifest into a nice handset for the masses.  Stay tuned TA gang because we’re pretty sure we’ll be seeing a majority of these names in the near future.  Any thoughts?  The comments section is all yours.
[via Pocket Now]

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