My, but the good ole' blurrycam does get around. This time he's in Greece, dallying just long enough to dish out a low-quality snap of an upcoming HTC handset to mobile site TechBlog.
And while comparing a blurry spy shot with an equally low-rent render is a murky science at best, we'd have to say it does look an awful lot like the HTC Pyramid we got wind of from China just last week.
If it is the Pyramid, we have to say we're liking it more and more with each sighting. In the latest snap it's seen cuddling up to an HTC Desire HD, and looks a fair bit sleeker and slightly narrower, with HTC cautiously introducing a bit more design flair to its handsets courtesy of the sweeping silver stripe across the back.
The other notable difference is that the camera has shifted to the edge of the phone, and the lens and twin-LED flash combo are far more neatly housed. That aside, there's clearly a 3.5mm audio jack up top, which comes as little surprise, of course.
For the rest of the spec, we're left to remind ourselves what Chinese site XDN revealed last week. We're promised a dual-core 1.2GHz processor, a 4.3in qHD screen (hence the similar overall size to the Desire HD), plus Android 3.0 Honeycomb – though we're seriously sceptical on that last point.
Still, we're expecting more on the Pyramid to become clear – clearer than this photo, anyhow – at the CTIA Wireless show in Florida, which kicks off this week.