What we know is that a new Android 2.1 based HTC handset is making its way to the AT&T store. But what we do not know is the name. We first heard about HTC Aria which was speculated to launch of June 7.
However, when the launch date arrived, we heard that another HTC handset – the HTC Liberty was coming to AT&T. Today, a screenshot from an AT&T Inventory system shows a third – HTC Intruder. The screenshot was apparently taken at a Radio Shack.
Are these three devices one and the same? There is no word about it. The HTC Intruder is priced $129 on a two year contract and comes at $699 off-contract.
[via Android Community
Late last month, we wrote about a new HTC phone called Aria. The Android 2.1 handset was rumored to be launching on AT&T on June 7. Well, while the June 7 launch never happened, we are now beginning to hear that the phone may actually be called HTC Liberty.
This is courtesy a few leaked shots of the latter which seem to be extremely similar to the specs and features of HTC Aria. AndroidCentral writes,
“Courtesy of ROM-chef extraordinaire Conflipper, we find this render of the HTC Liberty, which looks to be very similar to some leaked shots we saw of the Aria. User-agent profiles for both devices (Liberty | Aria) show a 320×480 touchscreen (we can hear developers grumbling already at that resolution).
Otherwise, not too much to go on just yet, and who’s to say what name — assuming any of this pans out — AT&T gives the phone, and when it might ever see the light of day.”
[via Android Central