Thanks to the guys over at PhoneArena, we’ve gotten a sneak peek at yet another HTC phone that appears to be running Android 4.0, Ice Cream Sandwich and Sense 4.0. This new phone doesn’t have a name yet, but from the styling on the back of the battery door, one could assume this is an eventual replacement for the HTC DROID Incredible 2. Also from the pictures we see the phone in a boot up sequence and can clearly make out the 4G LTE logo which belongs to Verizon, leading more credit that this phone could be the Incredible successor, despite the fact there is no Verizon branding on the phone.
PhoneArena has more images than those below, some showing the device running Android 4.0.1, and as we previously mentioned, Sense 4.0, the same version that was seen on the already leaked HTC Ville. There are some disappointments, as this will not be one of HTC’s quad-core phones, instead this device will run a 1.2GHz dual-core, it will also have 1GB of RAM and an 8-megapixel camera. But it will also continue to look like most of HTC’s other devices, these “uninspired” designs are one of the reasons HTC used as an excuse for their lower then expected forth quarter earnings. So it’s odd that they continue to produce devices with the exact same front designs are device from mid-last year.
In any event, we should see more on this device and the HTC Ville in a few weeks at MWC in Barcelona. Below are two images from PhoneArena, head over there for more.