HTC had no shortage of new devices at CTIA 2011 last week - the HTC EVO 3D being perhaps the highlight - but there's still more to come. The company's UK arm has just sent out invites to a press event on April 12 to "see what's next" in the HTC pipeline.
There's an interesting liquid-metal theme to the invite, though we're not sure whether that's a giveaway as to the identity of the device or devices HTC might be showing. Most likely candidates are the HTC Pyramid and the European version of the HTC EVO 3D (with GSM support rather than CDMA for Sprint).
Of course, it could also be a new Windows Phone device, though so far we're yet to hear of any leaks or rumors suggesting such a handset is in the pipeline. Meanwhile, HTC is also believed to be readying two more tablets, running Android 3.0 and with screen sizes around 10-inches (rather than the Flyer's 7-inch panel) so it could well be one or both of those. We'll find out for sure on April 12, so join SlashGear then for all the details!