Another dummy unit spotting! Today, Alltel seems ready to showcase the HTC Bee and the HTC Desire in all its nonfunctional glory. Rumors have pegged releases of these phones on the once Verizon-owned network for quite some time, and while we still have yet to learn anything official, this is as much proof as anyone will get. (The dummy units sport HTC branding for whatever reason, but we’ll roll with it.) Droid-Life’s sources also tells them that the Desire will be launching as the Spitfire. Yea, I don’t know either.
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