HTC Lexikon poses for the camera, bares battery and SIM tray for all

Alex Wagner
Editorial Director of News and Content from  Omaha, NE
| October 7, 2010

HTC Lexikon

Can't get enough of HTC's upcoming Lexikon/Merge?  Then boy do I have good news for you!  The folks over at Droid-Life managed to snap a few photos of the device letting it all hang out in the wild.  Unfortunately, details of the Lexikon are still somewhat hard to come by, but it's great to see it in all it's red and black, QWERTY-fied glory.  As you can see, Bing is still present, and it doesn't look like it'll be going away no matter how many times a day you curse it and use Google instead.  There's also a speedy 800 MHz processor and global roaming capabilities stuffed inside that svelte frame, but launch and pricing info (or even the official name) is still unknown.

We're still twiddling our thumbs and patiently wait for Verizon to get around to announcing the Lexikon, but at least there's a constant stream of leaks to keep us enthralled.  I'm just glad that Verizon has made the world-ready Motorola DROID Pro official and will be releasing the Lexikon soon (hopefully).  The ability to roam globally is a feature that has been absent from Android for too long, so it's good to see Verizon finally bringing those phones to market.  Are any of you planning to buy the Lexikon when it's released, or is the presence of Bing making you turn a cold shoulder?

HTC Lexikon back

Via Droid-Life