Jun 8th, 2010 publishUpdated   Jun 16th, 2010, 4:21 pm

First it was the HTC Aria, then we heard about the HTC Liberty (which may or may not be the same as the Aria). Now, a new name has popped up for an AT&T-bound HTC device: the HTC Intruder. Obviously, HTC is brewing up a nice cup of soup for AT&T, but this is just starting to get confusing.

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The name was spotted in AT&T’s Radio Shack’s inventory system with the model item/SKU number 1700625. Are these all the same handsets with ever-changing codenames? Are they all different from each other? We don’t have a lick of information on this new handset, so we don’t even know what operating system it’d be running. We do have a price, apparently: $699.99 to buy whatever this thing is outright, and $129.99 on contract. The off-contract price screams “high-end smartphone” but the phone’s two-year pricing sounds like it’d be suitable for a lower-end device (like what we know to be the Aria/Liberty).

Hopefully all of the details will start making their way into our hands as the summer moves on.

[Update]: That isn’t the on-contract price, actually. It’s RadioShack’s two-year warranty price for whatever this device is, as you guys have diligently pointed out. My other mistakes have been corrected, as well. Spot those with a strikeout. Thanks!

[via Unwired View]

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