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Pictures Of HTC Pyramid Emerge

More photos of the now-legendary HTC Pyramid have emerged online and they show a rather familiar design one which reminds us of the HTC EVO 3D but without the 3D option.

XDA-developers (opens in new tab) were the first to get hold of these pictures which show a conservative design and a large screen coupled with a very thin bezel.

The phone is expected to come with a dual core 1.2GHz system on chip, probably one of the more recent Qualcomm models with a more powerful Adreno 220 GPU.

There's also 768MB RAM (less than the 1GB RAM on the EVO 3D), Android Gingerbread 2.3.2 with Sense 3.0 user interface, a 4.3-inch screen with a qHD resolution (that's 960x540 pixels).

HTC has kept the same front and rear facing cameras (with two LED flash) - an eight-megapixel model potentially with full HD recording and a front facing one, possibly HD ready.

As expected it will come with a microSD card reader and Wi-Fi; HTC UK has issued an invite to selected press members for an event next week and many are expecting that it might be the perfect opportunity to launch the HTC Pyramid.

The handset, first came to our attention attention earlier this year and has been the subject of a number of wild speculations.

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