When you take a closer look at the leaked image, which shows the HTC Pyramid and the HTC Desire HD side by side, it appears that the screen size of the two handsets is identical (the HTC Desire HD has a 4.3-inch display), but the icons in the notification area on the Pyramid's screen look a bit smaller compared to those of the Desire HD, which practically proves the HTC Pyramid has a higher resolution than the HTC Desire's WVGA offering. Also, it's clearly visible from this pic that the handset will sport a front-facing camera.
Along with the image, the guys at GSM Arena received some unconfirmed information that the HTC Pyramid is to pack a 1.2GHz processor, 8MP autofocus camera, Sense UI 3.0 and 768MB of RAM. These specs pretty much reiterate what we have already heard from previous reports, except for the amount of RAM, since earlier rumours claimed it will come with 1GB rather than 768MB of RAM.
Probably the most interesting thing about these leaked specs is that the HTC Pyramid joins the elite ranks of devices that are said to run Android 2.4. - whether it will be launched with this elusive version of Google's mobile OS is to be seen.
It seems likely that we will see the HTC Pyramid in flesh during CTIA, so more info is surely on the way.
source: GSM Arena