The Windows Phone 7-powered HTC Mondrian has been the star of several leaks dating all the way back to the beginning of May. Today we've got another to add to the pile, with some alleged press images of the Mondrian that have been leaked to German site BestBoyZ. The photos look pretty legit and seem to match up with what we saw of the Mondrian in some recently-leaked AT&T WP7 ads. Interestingly, the images show the Mondrian sporting HTC Hub on their home screens, even though HTC CEO Peter Chou has said that HTC's Sense won't be making an appearance on early HTC Windows Phone 7 devices.
Considering how legit these images seem, I'm sure there's some sort of explanation as to why HTC Hub is on the device. Perhaps they were made before HTC realized they wouldn't be able to include their own customizations? Luckily, HTC will be launching some Windows Phone 7 devices next month, and considering that the Mondrian appeared in AT&T's ads, I'm guessing that it will be released at launch or shortly thereafter. We won't be waiting much longer!
UPDATE: Turns out that the device you see above isn't the HTC Mondrian. Actually, it's the HTC Spark, as evidenced by a plethora of photos starring the Spark that have leaked out today. We've seen the Spark turn up once before, with rumored specs that include a 1 GHz processor, 3.7-inch 480x800 display, and a 5 megapixel camera. Check out a picture of the Spark hanging out in the wild down below!