Expected to have a 4.3 inch qHD display, under the hood it appears that the handset will have a lightening fast 1.5GHz dual-core Snapdragon processor. Add to that 1GB of RAM, rear and front-facing cameras (8MP and 2MP respectively) with separate camera and video buttons. There is support for Bluetooth 3.0. And if you're thinking that it sounds so wonderfully high-end, well, you'd be right. The only damage we see if these specs are correct, would be to the psychic well being of those who just bought the HTC Sensation 4G only to so quickly find that there is a new sheriff coming to town.
No word so far on a possible launch date or price for the HTC Ruby, which will seemingly compete with the upcoming Samsung Hercules for the heart, mind and wallet of T-Mobile's power users.