We've seen a photo of the HTC Vision in the wild in the past, so the shot of the device above isn't really anything new. What is noteworthy about it, however, is that the Vision is sporting T-Mobile branding, which corroborates the rumors we've heard in the past that it would be headed to T-Mo. As a refresher, the Vision is said to be sporting a 1 GHz processor, a 3.7-inch WVGA touchscreen, and a sliding QWERTY keyboard that looks similar to the one found on the Touch Pro 2. When, and if, the Vision lands here in the U.S., it will be called the G1 Blaze, according to a tip sent to Engadget.
Judging by the leaked photos of the Vision we've seen previously, as well as the one above, the device basically looks like it will be a DROID Incredible with Touch Pro 2 keyboard bolted on. The Incredible is still considered by many to be the best phone on Verizon and the Touch Pro 2 keyboard was almost universally loved, so the Vision/G1 Blaze could be an extremely hot device whenever it launches. We've heard in the past that the Vision will come with Android 2.1 running beneath Sense, but considering Froyo is out now and we still don't have a release date for the Vision, I'm going to guess that it will hit with Froyo in tow.