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Fresh in the wake of this week's quad-core HTC handset leak comes another beefy blower expected for 2012.

The HTC 'Ville' will launch in April powered by a 1.5GHz dual-core processor running Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, BGR reports.

It'll rock up with a 4.3in 540 x 960 OLED display and an 8Mp snapper with 1080p video support. The 8mm-thick phone should also touch down with Beats audio tech on board and a 1650mAh battery.

Earlier this week, news leaked of a quad-core handset, the HTC Edge, which the Ville is expected to launch alongside during the Mobile World Congress show at the end of February 2012. ®

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