HTC Aria, which is believed to be AT&T’s first Android phone made by HTC, might have a different name at launch.
Android Central unveiled a rendering of a new handset that’s called HTC Liberty – this looks almost exactly like the Aria leaked last week (it’s basically a smaller Droid Incredible).
The UA profiles of HTC Aria and HTC Liberty are similar, too, confirming that both devices run Android and have 320 x 480 pixels displays. So it’s possible that the Aria will actually be launched as HTC Liberty (a much better name for a phone that runs Android, don’t you think?).
Another possible name for AT&T’s first HTC Android phone is HTC Intruder. TJCrew has a screenshot showing the Intruder in AT&T’s inventory, priced at $129 on contract.
Of course, the Intruder might be a totally different device, since it looks like AT&T actually plans to launch not one, but two HTC Android handsets this year (most likely not before it launches the new iPhone 4).
We’re now waiting for AT&T or HTC to shed some light on their future Android-related plans.
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