HTC Pyramid is pictured next to the Desire HD

HTC Pyramid is pictured next to the Desire HD
We recently showed you renderings of the HTC Pyramid. The device has all of the right specs that would categorize it as a high-end phone and now we have a photograph of the device as it appears next to an HTC Desire HD. While the renderings showed the Google logo on the back, the photograph shows the HTC name along with some changes with the camera.

One thing up in the air is the build of Android that will be under the hood. But we imagine that the answer to this question, along with many more pictures of the Pyramid, will be seen at CTIA later this week.

source: TechBlog (translated) via AndroidCentral

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1. Kakarotto

Posts: 255; Member since: Dec 07, 2010

This silver camera ring is stupid.

2. Nedev unregistered

Interesting - the phone is about 10% less wide than the Desire HD, while change of ratio would suggest 5% based on the same size. It means smaller bezel, which is good. Also good is tha at ~62mm wide it will be more one hand friendly.

3. Bob unregistered

Or maybe it is a 4.0" screen, the width in the picture is the same as the Incredible S. And the resolution in the Specs-page would result in an aspect ratio of 16:9. Unlike the Desire HD which has an aspect ratio of 15:9. This would explain a longer phone.

6. Moosekillerwithfarts unregistered

Or maybe it just has a 16:9 aspect ratio screen since it has a romoured 540x960 resolution. It does appear to be slightly taller than the Desire HD.

7. dadominican unregistered

the phone to the right is the htc inspire not the desire....just had to correct that

8. Thump3rDX17

Posts: 2160; Member since: May 10, 2010

the Inspire is AT&T's version of the Desire HD, they're virtually identical.

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