Yet another image of the HTC Pyramid has shown up online. This time we can see the front of the device and, most importantly, its qHD display.
The Pyramid is also reported to feature a dual core processor, bringing HTC back inline with Samsung, LG and Motorola.
So what’s this qHD business? Here’s an official definition of the term: “qHD is a display resolution of 960×540 pixels arranged in a 16:9 aspect ratio. This resolution is one quarter of a full HD 1080p frame (thus the name) and is three quarters of a 720p frame.”
The Motorola Atrix also uses a qHD display and we’ve seen that in action – trust us, it doesn’t disappoint.
The HTC Pyramid picture comes via GSM Arena.
Apparently, the device features a 4.3-inch qHD display and a 1.2GHz dual core processor – sounds good to us.
Interestingly, the HTC Pyramid doesn’t seem to feature HTC Sense. Could HTC be removing its trademark Sense UI in favour of stock Android? We seriously doubt it, but it would be nice to see, especially with Gingerbread – it just looks great by itself.
These specs, as you might have noticed, are very similar to those of the HTC EVO 3D, which we covered yesterday.
It’s possible that this two devices represent the razor sharp edge of HTC’s innovation blade, something we thought it’d lost after seeing 2011’s array of devices.
No one knows anything regarding a release date, or when the two devices will be officially announced, but you can rest assured it’ll be before the end of the year.
If we had to make a guess, we’d say the devices will get an announcement just after mid-way through 2011 and see a release date around Xmas.
That’s not gospel mind, just our two cents – so don’t go quoting us on it.