HTC Pyramid Spied in China, Packing Honeycomb?

Ahh, the HTC Pyramid. We first got wind of this device in early February, when we learned that it’s likely headed for Tmobile. It also later popped up in a leaked inventory shot. Well, we finally got a good look at the Pyramid, and it’s impressive to say the least. It was spotted somewhere on the internet in China, and we’ve even got some supposed specs for you. The Pyramid is said to be rocking a 4.3-inch qHD display, 1.2GHz processor that may or may not be dual-core, an 8MP camera and 1.3MP front-facing camera. Other details include 786 MB of RAM and… Honeycomb?

That’s right, the device specs tell us that the Pyramid will be running the latest and greatest Android OS version, 3.0. Obviously this could be an error or typo or some crazed Android fan trying to stir up news. We’ll do some digging to try and verify this, but in the meantime we advise you to take this information lightly. Nothing’s been confirmed yet, and we don’t even have a price or launch date. Stay tuned to AndroidGuys for all the latest on this device.

I don’t know about you, but I really like the back of this phone. Nice design choice, HTC. With that being said.. any Tmo users planning to pick this bad boy up when it drops? Sound off in the comments below! Thanks to the guys over at TmoNews for the tip.

  • Trev186

    not Dual core and less than 1 GB of RAM is HTC even trying to compete with specs anymore?

    • Mrosswilson

      it’s a PHONE, not a tablet.

  • AndGuy

    uh heck ya! Been waiting for this one for a long time!

  • according to engadget, the pyramid does indeed have dual core processor.

  • Anonymous

    Is it me or does this look exactly like a nexus one. Im getting sick and tired of HTC lol.will they ever change the design

  • SV

    This should have been the N2.

    • Yeah….SNS is junk, this dual core phone is the shit ! Cant wait !

  • Robert

    If its running honeycomb. I have to question its hardware buttons……
    IMO no its not running honeycomb.

    • Anonymous

      Matias Duarte said there was no reason you couldn’t use hardware buttons with Honeycomb, that the code was still there and manufacturers were still free to differentiate. But I doubt it will be running Honeycomb, too. I’d be happy to be wrong, though.

  • Anonymous

    the new sprint evo 3d is gonna have all of these and 1gb of ram. then i am going out on a limb that the pyramid will have 1gb of ram as well.

  • Eric (Philly)

    I hope this phone is coming to T-mobile because I REALLY want it. I’ve been waiting for the right phone to replace my 7 year old flip phone!