We must admit we were a little disappointed with HTC's efforts at MWC last month. Sure it had plenty of new handsets to show off, but there wasn't a blockbuster device like a Samsung Galaxy S II or Motorola Atrix to talk about.
Well, now there is. The dual-core HTC Pyramid that we sniffed a rumour or two about a few weeks back has just been leaked in a big way, and it looks like Android Honeycomb may just be coming to smartphones after all.
We have Chinese site XDN to thank for the latest info, including this nice shiny pic showing the Pyramid in all its glory.
Our Far East friends are adamant that the Pyramid will have Android 3.0 Honeycomb on board, which is a fairly serious eye-opener in our books and just a little doubtful-sounding.
Whether that calls the rest of the alleged spec into question remains to be seen, but if not we're looking at the promised dual-core 1.2GHz processor we heard about last month, along with a pretty delectable 4.3in qHD display.
XDN also says the Pyramid will sport 768MB of RAM, as well as the standard 8MP/1.3MP dual camera combo currently the norm for high-end Android devices.
That's about all we have to go on at this stage, but we're fairly hopeful of hearing more during the CTIA Wireless show in Florida next week.