The HTC Pyramid is turning out to be a bit of an attention seeker. Hardly a week goes by without the supposed HTC flagship popping up online flaunting its goods in leaked pictures.

And the latest set shows not only the handset from all angles, even its innards, but seems to tidy up a few of the Pyramid's mysteries too.

The Android version is 2.3.2 at present so Gingerbread and not Froyo, or even Honeycomb, as has been rumoured before.

It's said to be packing a dual-core CPU - the Qualcomm MSM8260 1.2 GHz Snapdragon - as well as a healthy 768MB of RAM. 

The Pyramid's 4.3-inch display is apparently qHD (960x540) resolution and reports state that it is packing two cameras, front and rear, weighing in at 1.3-megapixel and 8-megapixel respectively and that 1080p video recording could even be on the cards.

Come on HTC, go official with this one now - it's turning into tech's worst kept secret.