We've heard rumors of the HTC Leo and saw a rendered image two months ago, but it looks like there's finally something concrete to back those up. Leaked photos have emerged of this upcoming Windows Mobile (WM) device and they show a product that dwarfs the .
The WVGA display on the Leo is absolutely massive with a diagonal screen size of 4.3 inches. The largest panel on a WM device currently on the market is the Toshiba TG01's 4.1-inch LCD. According to a screenshot showing its specs, the Leo is powered by a 1GHz Qualcomm processor and has 320MB of RAM. More information and pictures after the jump.
Earlier rumors said the Leo will have a capacitive touch screen like that found on the iPhone and most Android devices. Though this may be the most interesting feature on this smartphone given that WM phones usually come with resistive screens, it cannot be ascertained by the current leaked images. See below for more images, including one with the supposedly Leo smartphone beside an HTC Touch HD.