Renderings purported to be upcoming HTC devices have been leaked today on Chinese website xda.cn. The first of the series is the HTC Ignite, which is slated as a Windows Phone 7 handset featuring a smooth and sleek form factor similar to the HTC Thunderbolt but slightly more rounded along the edges. And, the buttons towards the bottom of the touchscreen are limited to three for an even cleaner look.
The phone is said to feature an 480x800 resolution 3.7-inch resistive touchscreen, with a Qualcomm 800MHz processor, 512MB RAM, and a 5MP camera with autofocus and LED flash. The post even goes further to say that the phone's fastest upstream speed is 2Mbps and fastest downstream speed is 7.2Mbps.
None of the details are for certain right now and HTC has yet to make official announcements. It is also difficult to say how accurate the specs are considering that it seems strange that a Windows Phone 7 device will be sporting a resistive rather than a capacitive touchscreen.