Both the phone's design and its firmware confirm the Infuse 4G-rivalling 4.5-inch, 540x960 display. The XDA forum member also confirmed the dual-core 1.2GHz Snapdragon, 1GB of RAM, a rear eight-megapixel camera, and a front 1.3-megapixel camera.
The Holiday's cracked screen was still enough to confirm Android 2.3.4 and at least a recent version of the Sense UI. Its choice of network is likely to be AT&T, since the phone had a "myAT&T" app in its launcher.
Most rumors have already pegged the Holiday as an AT&T device due late this year or early next. It's not known whether it will have LTE-based 4G. At a minimum, it should have 14.4Mbps HSPA or 21Mbps HSPA and should be one of AT&T's most advanced non-iOS devices when it ships.
The Mazaa is powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon QSD8250 1 GHz processor with 576 MB RAM and 512 MB ROM. It will be available in two different models, 8GB and 16GB but no slot for more memory card.
These and more awesome gadgets (but far between) will be in stores in 2012, who knows, we might witness a true clash of the titans, a race of the Droids but all I can say for now is that HTC is gearing up for the long run.