So far we've got both the HTC Edge/Endeavor and the HTC Ville on our "HTC Android Phones Rumored for Mobile World Congress" list, and tonight we may have another, more mid-range device to that list. This new handset is currently being referred to as the "HTC Primo" and, if Stuff.tv's source is right, the Beats-enabled phone will come packing Ice Cream Sandwich beneath HTC Sense 4.0 out of the box. The Primo's also said to feature a 3.7-inch Super AMOLED display of an unknown resolution on its front and a 5-megapixel camera with 720p video capture on its backside. Under the hood, we're told to expect a 1GHz dual-core processor alongside 512MB RAM.
As with the other rumored HTC devices, there's no word yet when the Primo might be launching. However, Stuff.tv speculates that it could be priced at around £250/$388 whenever it does arrive. If that price holds true, the Primo could be a pretty tough little handset to resist if/when it lands Stateside, especially for folks that prefer their displays to be on the smaller side. We'll be live on the ground at MWC when it kicks off on February 27th, so if the Primo decides to hold its coming out party in Barcelona, we'll be there to cover it. Stay tuned!