Judging solely by the visual
appearance, the handset seems to sport a thinner profile and a
slightly larger screen than the one on the Pre 3, possibly with a resolution of 480 x 800. On top, it features a front-facing camera of sorts, which could well turn out to
be just a proximity sensor. Unfortunately, that's where information
gets scarce, but folks over at PreCentral theorize that the device
could be the HP Stingray or HP Windsor, which were uncovered in webOS 2.0 code back in November of last year.
In addition, a Pre 3 running on Verizon Wireless was leaked and it's the first prototype to run on CDMA radio as all previously shown models worked on GSM networks. While this doesn't necessarily mean that we'll see the Pre 3 on Big Red, it's a strong hint in that direction. Keep your fingers crossed, we should know more about both devices in the summer months, when the newest Pre is to hit shelves.
The HP Pre 3 running on Verizon