T-Mobile’s mysterious “Project Emerald” is getting detailed these days, so we’ve learned that a Sidekick handset is coming to the carrier’s portofolio, most likely with Android on board. This info comes from Tmonews, that usually has pretty good info on the American carrier.


Known as Sidekick Twist, the handset will be made by HTC and it’ll run Android 2.1. Word has it that it’ll use a 1GHz processor, a front facing camera and a 4.3 inch Super AMOLED display, which is great. Rumours also mention 16GB of memory, built-in like the Droid Incredible.

The phone is coming to the market this summer, but till then we’ll keep you up to date regarding its evolution.

[via androidcommunity]

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