What in the weird? We’ve got a bit of info coming in all the way from over in China, XDA.CN (not to be confused with XDA Developers) has not only a couple pictures of the HTC Pyramid, they’ve got some specs as well – and the oddest thing, before we even get into the rest? This phone will feature Android 3.0 Honeycomb. That’s supposed to be a version of Android made only for the tablet environment. What does this move mean? It of course means nothing less than that the universe is collapsing.
In addition to featuring the tablet mobile OS Android 3.0 Honeycomb, the HTC Pyramid (which they’re calling “Pyramind” here, when translated from Simplified Han Chinese by Google) also features a 960 x 540 resolution 4.3-inch Super-LCD touchscreen, 1.2Ghz processor of unknown origin, 768MB of RAM, a giant 8-megapixel camera on the back and a regular ol’ crappy 1.3 megapixel camera on the front for video chat – the back camera having autofocus, single LED flash, and supposed additional features not yet revealed.
Inside there’ll be Wifi support on unknown bands, Bluetooth (unknown version,) and a lovely odd back design. Look at those loops! Look at that camera eye! This phone also looks an awful lot like the HTC ThunderBolt, wouldn’t you say? Also sort of kind of looks like the HTC Inspire 4G — but prettier on the back, if you ask me. Behold the burial of past unstylishness!