We’re still waiting for T-Mobile to give the official nod to the upcoming HTC Pyramid, until then we’ll continue to make do with the leaked shots. This time we’re seeing more of the Pyramid in the wild courtesy of XDA-Developers.com. As it stands, the specs acquired by the individual (s) over at XDA differ from our own. The XDA post states the Pyramid will come with a 960 x 540 qHD screen whereas our own intel pointed to a 800 x 400 display. So in regards to the screen we’re hoping the XDA intel is accurate. On the flip side, XDA states the Pyramid will come with Android 2.3.2 and our intel says the Pyramid will in fact come with Android 2.4. So let’s hope our ninjas are right on that front.
On the agreement side, both XDA and our intel says the Pyramid runs HTC’s Sense 3.0, has a 1.2 GHz dual-core processor, 768 MB of Ram and an 8 megapixel camera. One thing is for sure, we’re looking at T-Mobile’s first 4.3″ Android device and it’s shaping up to be quite the powerhouse. All signs still point to a June launch from what we are hearing. While we’re disappointed T-Mobile didn’t mention anything about the Pyramid at CTIA, we’re willing to overlook that if they drop this thing right on schedule.
PhoneDog via XDA Developers