The big screen sporting HTC Runnymede has been leaked again, this time courtesy of what looks to be an official press shot.
Mobile phone site Pocketnow got the goodies and is citing the phone to have a 1.5GHz processor, 768MB of RAM, an 8-megapixel camera on the back and a 1.3MB camera on the front all running the latest version of Android (2.3.4) alongside the usual HTC tricks.
Its big talking point, literally, is the display though at a whopping 4.7 inches 960x540 qHD.
Storage is said to be 16GB or 32GB and there's even talk of integrated Beats Audio, rather than simply supplied headphones as was previously suggested.
We're hoping that the proposed prices prove to be wrong though, as they look a little on the steep side at at £530 off-contract for the 16GB model or £560 for the 32GB one.
Update: Another official looking picture has surfaced on the web, this time giving us a good look at the side and back of the handset. And what's that we see? A Beats Audio sticker that seems to confirm the integrated tech on board? We sure as heck hope so.
There has been plenty of leaky HTC action over the last few weeks, and we're hoping to see plenty of officialdom being announced over in New York at an event on the 20 September.
Amongst the handsets that could possibly get announcements are the HTC Ruby, aka the HTC Amaze 4G; an Android 2.3 device said to be packing a 1.5GHz dual core chip, with 1GB of RAM, 16GB of built-in storage and a 960x540 qHD 4.3-inch display.
There's also the HTC Vigor, said to be heading to Verizon. The Vigor's spec sheet seems very similar to the Ruby's - although the shot we've seen of its back plate suggest it is a different phone.
The Holiday is supposedly an Android Gingerbread 2.3.4 device, running via a 1.2GHz dual core processor and 1GB of RAM with a 4.5-inch qHD display.
Finally, there's also talk of a Sensation Special Edition that will come with a set of Beats headphones. It's apparently a dual core Qualcomm 8260 1.5GHz processor powered handset, with 4GB of storage.
All eyes on New York then, roll on the 20th.....
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