Although we've most recently seen some renders of the HTC Pyramid we're now getting another look at some blurry cam images of the actual device sitting next to an HTC Desire HD. While the renders had Google branding this device is proudly shown off wearing HTC branding.

With specs calling for a 1.2GHz processor, 768MB of RAM along with an 8MP rear and 1.3MP front facing camera on board we're hoping to see more come CTIA. Oddly enough, no mention of what version of Android is running on this device for now -- previous rumors suggested Honeycomb but we can't really see that happening. [Techblog via Engadget]

 

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HTC Pyramid gets caught in all its blurry cam glory

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Wow, as an AT&T customer who was planning to switch to T-mobile, this is the first bit of news that made me hate the merger a little less.

T-Mobile (soon to be part of AT&T) but there is a rumor that it is getting a CMDA antenna version for Sprint as well.

Do my eyes deceive me or is the pyramid on the left a hair skinnier even though it has the same screen size as the Desire HD next to it. Wow HTC's 4.3 inch screens already barely leave any room for the bezel as it is. The pyramid is gonna be all screen. Not that it's a bad thing, just pointing it out.

I was wondering the same thing honestly...I didn't know if it said it or not but it does look like "with htc sense". which honestly isn't a bad thing at all personally...at least its HTC branded so that means it wont be lockeddown and cm7 could definitely boot up. I mean, I would guess it does. T-Mobile, or whoever, doesn't have a true sense android phone...other than the crapped out espresso mytouch 3g slide. Which is hardly a sense device. This is awesomeeee!!! I'm hoping to see more leaks to come. I think we will.

Somehow, I don't think Tmo anymore, and if it did, it would be moot. I read Tmo will most likely be losing its 3G spectrum to AT&T's LTE expansion (since Tmo's AWS bands are what AT&T is using for LTE). Why get a fast, spanky new phone when its 3G bands will be dead in a year and you'll have to shell out for another handset?

"Oddly enough, no mention of what version of Android is running on this device for now -- previous rumors suggested Honeycomb but we can't really see that happening. "

Why not? Has nobody run the honeycomb emulator in a phone screen size? It looks very similar to gingerbread with some new themeing. In other words, google built honeycomb to be perfectly compatible with phones. I doubt they did it for fun, they intend phones to use it.

Great looking phone and the specs are just as nice, but I wish it had a kickstand. I thought I would almost never use one, but in the 4 days that I have had the Thunderbolt, I use it all the time. I'm interested in this merger. Hopefully the LTE competition between AT&T and Verizon will keep LTE prices down, although I'm locked in for the $30 unlimited for 2 years. I hope the competition will quickly bring about true "4G" speeds, because with the blazing speeds I'm getting on my Thunderbolt (19mbps up and 13 down), I can't imagine what it will be like at 100+.