It appears that the folks at XDA, that vast community of developers and hackers, have gotten their hands on some super secret photos of the HTC Pyramid, a fashionable phone coming down the pipeline toward the public in a 4.3-inch display fashion. According to these most recent photos, this phone will be coming out with a 1.2Ghz processor with no name, 768MB or RAM, and a QHD resolution display. The more we see the more we like!
You already know about the lovely swoop along the back, but now we know for sure that this is a single back battery cover covering a very familiar set of insides. With the details we're seeing here, we're feeling like this is set to be a VERY close relative to the HTC EVO 3D, a phone we go to check out very close at CTIA 2011. This phone has, instead of 3D cameras, an 8-megapixel camera on the back and a VGA webcam on the front.
This phone is capable of connecting along Wifi 802.11 b/g/n, rolls out the gate with the new HTC Sense 3.0, and has an ever-so-slightly-different look in its UI than we saw in Sense at CTIA 2011 - something about the tones! Perhaps just a customization done by the owner of the phone. Finally, this phone currently has Android 2.3.2, the same version we've been seeing for phones coming out fairly soon, fairly as in within weeks - exciting!
[via Android Community]