Quad-core phones are coming. They might not arrive in our hands as quickly as we'd like, but there's no doubt that eventually, dual-core chips will be ubiquitous across all low-end devices. 

This phone is the HTC Edge, the world's first quad-core phone. It's slated for arrival around Q2 of next year, so these are early leaks, but the final product shouldn't be too different from what you see above. 

Obviously, the biggest thing about the Edge is the 1.5GHz quad-core processor, but it's also touting some other impressive specs, as well. It will have a 4.7-inch display with 720p resolution, 1GB of RAM, an 8MP camera, 32GB of internal storage, Bluetooth 4.0, and Beats Audio. 

There's also a possibility for the device to ship with Ice Cream Sandwich, although if that doesn't happen, an update will hit soon after the release. Still, I'm sure this will destroy the competition with its incredible specs, even if it is only running Gingerbread. 

So, as a wrap-up, the HTC Edge packs some serious performance in a stunningly sexy package. Price and release date are yet to be announced, but I'm seriously excited about what this will bring to the competition. How about you?