We've brought you a few leaks about the HTC Aria headed for AT&T in the past, and now that slow trickle is becoming more like a steady flow. Above is a render of a phone called the HTC Liberty, which may be the new name for the Aria. From the leaked shots we've seen, the devices look similar and, according to Android Central, the User-agent profiles of the Liberty and Aria show that they both have a 320x480 resolution touchscreen. The leaked shot makes the Aria/Liberty look like a squished HTC Incredible, which wouldn't be an entirely bad idea. There's not much more information at this point, but we'll be sure to keep you updated as we learn more.
So either the HTC Aria may now be the HTC Liberty or they're separate devices. If that wasn't confusing enough, there is now a leaked AT&T inventory screenshot showing a listing for the HTC Intruder, which will apparently cost $129.99 on contract. So the Intruder is either the new name for the Aria or another device entirely. Given the alleged 320x480 resolution of the Aria/Liberty, a price of $129.99 sounds like it might be a good fit, if not a little pricey. Considering that we've heard that HTC will be launching two Android phones on AT&T this year, though, the Intruder may be an entirely different device that we're just now learning of. If it's in AT&T's inventory, it should mean that it's not too far off, so we should get more information soon.