We're starting to get a few more details about a possible new Android phone for AT&T. Courtesy of ROM-chef extraordinaire Conflipper, we find this render of the HTC Liberty, which looks to be very similar to some leaked shots we saw of the Aria. User-agent profiles for both devices (Liberty | Aria) show a 320x480 touchscreen (we can hear developers grumbling already at that resolution).
Otherwise, not too much to go on just yet, and who's to say what name -- assuming any of this pans out -- AT&T gives the phone, and when it might ever see the light of day.
Meanwhile, Conflipper brings world of the HTC Bee, a 320x240 (remember those days?) touchscreen device that he says could be headed toward Verizon. And that's all we've got on that one. [via @Conflipper 1, 2]
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