HTC Pyramid smiles for the camera again, specs reconfirmed
The HTC Pyramid is clearly HTC’s future flagship device, at least internationally, if not in the US as well. It’s basically going to be an Evo 3D sans the 3D. We’ve seen it twice before, first in some renders, then in actual live pictures, and today the guys over at XDA-Developers have received a fresh batch of live pictures, even showing the device powered on.
And thanks to these pictures, some specs we first found about a couple of weeks ago have been reconfirmed, and other specs have been leaked for the first time. In fact, we might just have the entire specsheet for this device by now, which is certainly good news. So let’s dive right in.
The HTC Pyramid will be the first HTC smartphone to be powered by a dual-core processor, and also the first to come with the newly-hip qHD (960X540) resolution. The processor will be 1.2 GHz, dual-core, as mentioned, and, judging by HTC’s past choices, will probably be a Qualcomm product. The Pyramid will have 768 MB of RAM. The screen size will be around 4.3″, if not exactly that, and the phone will also have an 8 MP camera with dual LED flash, and will presumably be able to record 1080p HD content. There will also be a front-facing VGA camera, and the Pyramid will run Android 2.3 Gingerbread with HTC’s Sense UI 3.0 on top.
Since the leaks of this device are intensifying, don’t be surprised if it will be officially announced pretty soon. After all, few things about it haven’t leaked so far, so HTC might as well do itself a favor and just acknowledge its existence already.