PocketNow received some unofficial renders of a trio of unannounced HTC handsets, with all three seemingly sporting front-facing cameras and button layouts that indicate all phones will run Android. For some, hopes are high that at least one of the devices, if not more, may feature dual-core Snapdragon processors from Qualcomm.
The handsets on the left appears to be based on the HTC Desire, but with the addition of a front-facing camera and the lack of a trackpad. One strange detail about the 'Desire' handset is the icons they use for the menu and home button.
The Nexus One is the only phone from HTC which has had a similar design for the menu button. The new home button seems to be a change from anything we've seen from HTC before. In addition, the Nexus S which released recently also is missing any form of trackball or trackpad. Are we already looking at the Nexus 2? It's hard to say, but these small details should not be overlooked.
Pocketnow describes the handset in the middle as a miniature Nexus One, but I would say it looks more like a mix of the Aria and the Nexus One. The four capacitative buttons on this device and the one to the right evoke more traditional HTC styling for their Android handsets.
The last handset certainly appears to be a more entry-level Android device than the other two, due to the small display, call buttons, and trackpad.
No other details about the phones are available and we don't even know if these renders are true, but Pocketnow believes that HTC may provide some information about these devices at MWC.
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