HTC Pyramid Photos Leaked via XDA Developers

March 30, 2011

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Someone's been quite fortunate to have been sent some HTC confidential photos of what appears to be HTC's next flagship phone, the HTC Pyramid. This phone is currently said to be a dual-core 1.2Ghz processor toting machine with 768MB of RAM, a 4.3 inch QHD resolution display, an 8 megapixel camera on the back, and a VGA webcam on the front. This is a very similar phone to what we've been seeing on the HTC EVO 3D - save for the 3D aspect, of course.

Some other details we can clean from these photos are that this phone has a sort of unibody backing, slightly different from what we've seen on very recent HTC handsets, connects along Wifi 802.11 b/g/n, and works with the new HTC Sense version 3.0. It appease to have a slightly different look than the Sense we're used to, though it does run the same Android 2.3.2 we've been seeing on soon-to-release Android phones rolling out with Gingerbread.

Have a look below and above at the photos released via XDA and let us know if this seems like a phone you'd be interested in in the near future - also, which carrier would you like to see it on? Is it a stiff competitor in your mind for the HTC ThunderBolt? No kickstand!

[via XDA]

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  • im_tired_of_studying

    coming to tmobile, and i already have plans to buy it… unless i see a video review that makes me think otherwise

  • Dtvbadass

    Ever since the merger news this phone is dead to me. Way to screw the pooch TMO!

  • ThunderboltIsOverrated

    I think this phone would be great. However, if the rumor is true that it will end up on AT&T/TMO, forget it. AT&T can kiss my a$$. Their coverage when I had them for 3 months was horrible, poor customer service, a “we don’t care about you, dude” attitude. Super awesome cell phones are cool, but ultimately I need it to be a phone, and AT&T failed me at that. Please Pyramid come to Verizon or Sprint, or heck, Virign Mobile :P.

  • I am seriously torn between this and the SGS II…

  • Phatman

    not nearly as cool as an iphone