Among the company’s upcoming handsets we’ll likely find some of the ones seen below, which have appeared over at PocketNow.
The first handset seems to be a next-generation HTC Desire. It has a similar overall design, but it ditches the three hardware keys and the optical trackpad in favor of four capacitive buttons. There’s also a front-facing camera, obviously situated above the display. No word yet on other features / specs.
The second unannounced HTC smartphone is one that appears with both HTC’s, and Verizon’s logo on it. It has no hardware buttons, or at least they can’t be seen in these renderings. Other than this, it kind of looks like a Droid Incredible, doesn’t it?
Next, we have three smartphones that are China-bound – although they may be announced in other countries as well.
This one is currently unnamed, it obviously has a massive display, and is headed to China Telecom (since it bears the carrier’s logo):
This is the HTC A3360 TianShan (for China Mobile, apparently):
And this is the HTC A3380 (it can be seen at HTC China’s official website):
Finally, here’s what seems to be the successor of the Brew-based HTC Smart. Likely named HTC Smart2, the new handset looks awfully similar to the original Smart. What’s changed, though, is that the back key is now a home key:
It’s highly probable that some of these phones will be officially presented by HTC at MWC 2011 next month. We’ll be there, so stick around to catch our live reports.
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