Specs and pictures of the HTC Pyramid have appeared online, and it’ll feature a 1.2GHz dual core processor, a huge display and Android 2.3.3.
Think HTC has lost its mojo? Disappointed with the lack-lustre HTC Incredible S and HTC Desire S? Yep. We were too.
But all this dull, middle of the road, rubbish is set to change – and soon too. As each day passes, we’re hearing more and more about HTC’s super-powered, super-specced, HTC Pyramid.
And we’ve got to say, we like what we’re hearing – and seeing too, for that matter.
In the most recent leak, XDA Developers reveal several new images of the HTC Pyramid. From what we can see, the device features HTC’s aluminium unibody, although we’re not sure about the two-tone look on the back.
Other notable specs include the Pyramid’s 1.2GHz dual core processor, 768MB of RAM and a massive 4.3-inch qHD display (960×540 pixels). The device is also powered by the latest version (2.3.3) of Android Gingerbread and will also rock HTC’s Sense UI 3.0.
All in all, this phone looks like an absolute monster. It has everything – and we mean everything – that you could want from a smartphone.
For instance, there’s loads of processing power, masses of RAM, a huge HD display and HTC has also included an 8-megapixel camera into the mix as well.
We had our doubts about HTC’s future in light of its early 2011 releases – Desire S, Incredible S, ChaCha, Wildfire S – but the Pyramid looks like HTC is well and truly back on the money.
There’s no word on an official release date or when the device will be announced, but we have a sneaking suspicion it’ll be quite soon – maybe a couple of weeks, or so.
Watch this space.