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HTC EVO 3D EVO View 4G

Ready for a trio of leaked HTC Android device photos? Always, right? Good. First up, we have the EVO 3D and EVO View 4G for Sprint, both of which appeared on pre-registration pages on Sprint's website today. There's not much new info to gain from the images besides the fact that the EVO View 4G will be black rather than silver like the Flyer, but considering that this is the first time that we're actually getting a peek at these two products, I'd say that that's ok.

The other device we've got for you is another high-end handset, but this one's headed for the Magenta shelves of T-Mobile: the Pyramid. Yesterday we were treated to a photo of the device's backside, but now the Pyramid has turned around to show us its (blurry) face, once again next to a Desire HD. GSM Arena believes that, after comparing the icons on the two devices in the photo, that the Pyramid does have a qHD display despite recent rumors claiming that it'd only sport an 800x480 resolution screen.

We expect to see the EVO 3D and EVO View 4G be made official later today at CTIA, but thanks to a previous leak, we've already got most of the spec information for both. We are still waiting on launch and pricing info, though, so there's still something to look forward to. Now that we've gathered up some images of Sprint's newest HTC-branded offerings, how many of you are convinced that you're picking one up at launch?

HTC Pyramid front

Via Engadget, GSM Arena, Sprint (1), (2)


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