Last week we caught a glimpse of the upcoming HTC pyramid in the form of some leaked marketing photos, but a new week brings us out first in-the-wild look at the device said to be sporting a 1.2GHz dual-core processor and qHD display. Two different sources snapped up photos that look to originate from the same source, both showing the Pyramid sitting comfortably next to the HTC Desire HD.
The photos don’t add much more than we already knew, giving us the same view as before with a bit of added blur. Rumors places this phone as a GSM device headed for the newly AT&T-acquired T-Mobile, and we may hear an official announcement at CTIA this week.
[Update]: TMoNews has gotten their hands on some leaked specs for the HTC Pyramid, which their tipster claims will be launching on the network in June. While initial rumors gave the Pyramid a qHD display, the latest whispers say a rather bland 480×800 resolution is what to expect. Again, a 1.2GHz dual-core processor is cited, and the handset may come with 768MB of RAM. The real kicker for this HSPA+ handset is that it may be among the first to ship with Android 2.4, the OS expected to be announced at this year’s Google I/O.
[via GSMArena, Techblog.gr]