HTC doesn't have much of a presence on AT&T, at least when it comes to Android, but a new device spotted in the FCC may change that. What you see above is the HTC Paradise, which we originally saw leak way back at the beginning of August, a sliding QWERTY device with a 3.2 megapixel camera, optical joystick, AT&T 3G bands, and the Android OS. As you can see in the image below from the August leak, the Paradise has a Touch Pro 2/G2-esque hardware keyboard. Unfortunately, many believe that the Paradise may have been canned by HTC and AT&T.
While the Paradise certainly doesn't look like a high-end Android phone by any means, it would've been nice to see an HTC-made Android on AT&T with a physical QWERTY 'board. Considering that we saw the it leak out over three months ago and still haven't heard anything from AT&T or HTC, though, things aren't looking good for the Paradise. It's entirely possible that Ma Bell could surprise us and announce it some time in the near future, but if it doesn't happen soon, it's probably safe to assume that the Paradise is six feet under.