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Tuesday, March 15, 2011

First HTC Pyramid Photos Emerge

One of the mobile phones that should arrive on the shelves at T-Mobile in the not too far future is the HTC Pyramid, which has just made an appearance into the wild, or at least this is what the latest reports on the matter suggest.

The handset was already rumored to come to the wireless carrier, but specific info on it did not emerge until now, when the first photo with it made it to the web, along with some specs on the handset.

Just as previously rumored, the HTC Pyramid should arrive on shelves with a 1.2GHz application processor inside, complemented by around 768MB of RAM.

The specifications list of this device would also include a 4.3-inch touchscreen display, which should boast a 540 x 960 pixels qHD resolution.

The mobile phone should also come to the market with an 8-megapixel photo snapper on the back, with HD video recording capabilities, as well as with a 1.3-megapixel camera on the front, for video calling.

According to the leaked specifications on this device, it might run under Google's Android 3.0 Honeycomb operating system, though there might be an error here, since this OS flavor was meant mainly for tablet PCs, which sport larger screens.

Other details on the technical specifications of this mobile phone lack at the moment, and we should wait for the official announcement on it to arrive to learn more on what it would have to offer.

As stated above, this is not the first time that the yet unannounced HTC Pyramid makes it to the headlines, which suggests that HTC might make it official in the not too far future.

However, it remains to be seen when would HTC plan on making it available for purchase, as well as where and at which price tag.

Chances are that the Taiwanese mobile phone maker would make the handset official at the CTIA trade show in Orlando next week, so keep an eye on this space for additional details on the matter.

In the meantime, you might want to have a look at the photos available at the moment with the device, which leaked into the wild courtesy of, via Pocketnow.

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