New renderings of the HTC Obsession/Diamond3 are fake?

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New renderings of the HTC Obsession/Diamond3 are fake?
The latest set of rendered images of the HTC Obsession/Diamond3 brings up more questions rather than providing concrete answers. What’s known so far about this behemoth is that it’s suppose to be a high-end Windows Mobile 7 smartphone with an anticipated release sometime later in the year. However, the GSM Help Desk says that the device in the renderings doesn’t look like a Windows Mobile handset; instead it looks more like an Android device. Again, it brings up more questions as opposed to answering them. There are three distinct possibilities from what can be gathered at this point – either the image is a complete fake, it could be a totally different unannounced handset altogether, or it could be the Android version of the phone. There could also be one likely assumption; but highly doubtful – it can pull a Nokia N900 and operate two separate platforms. As much as we like latter possibility, the latest round of images does throw you off – let’s just hope that this isn’t a ploy to keep us guessing.


source: GSM Helpdesk via Unwired View









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4 Comments

1. vzwtechbill

Posts: 175; Member since: Mar 16, 2009

Yeah, if that's winmo...notice the friendly green android icon on the "Start" button on bottom center of the 1st and 3rd phone pictures? LOL And that is deff an Android notification bar, no questions asked. Not to mention the icon for Shazaam....GO ANDROID!!!

2. rwolf1984

Posts: 536; Member since: Jun 06, 2009

plus the browser in the big picture looks like google's chrome browser. . .detective work phonearena. . .

3. EraserXIV

Posts: 38; Member since: Jul 16, 2009

htc would never make anything this ugly..

4. fsjon

Posts: 120; Member since: Sep 03, 2009

I'd say it's fake...reminds me of the G1...

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