HTC Pico Images and Details Leaked

It looks like HTC is preparing a whole new batch of Android smartphones for the nearest future, since these days one HTC leak follows other HTC leak.

Here’s another contender: the HTC Pico. Judging from the name, this is a small device, at least smaller than HTC’s usual high-end devices.

XDA.cn has published the photos of the device alongside the phone’s main specs. There are only 2 photos available, but it’s enough for HTC fans to get a nice feel for the phone.

On the inside the phone basically copies the the Wildfire S, and there are minor differences between these ”twin phones”. The main thing, that is changed, is the overall aspect of the phone. it’s also possible that the Pico will come with interchangeable covers of some sort, which may explain the color it’s pictured in above.

Like the Wildfire S, the Pico is also powered with a Qualcomm MSM7227 600 MHz processor and has a 5 MP camera. And though according to the leaked specsheet, the handset has a LED Flash, in the photos above there doesn’t seem to be one, or the flash may just be so well integrated into the camera unit that it’s not easily visible from the angle of the leaked photos. Anyway, this could be another difference compared to the Wildfire S which does come with the LED flash.The Pico has 384 MB of RAM, which is less than  Wildfire S’s 512 MB. The displays are identical – 3.2 inches diagonally and having a 480×320 resolution. The battery is also the same – same 1230 mAh. The Pico also has Wi-Fi, HSPA, Bluetooth, and GPS, not surprising in this day and age.

The device supports HSPA(900/2100) networks, which means it’s headed to Europe, or at least this specific variation is.
The handset may be released as Pico, or it may just turn out to be a codename that won’t see the light of day. It’s unclear at this moment.

The HTC Pico will run Android Gingerbread and will come with HTC Sense Zero, which may or may not be a stripped down version of the Taiwanese company’s ubiquitous Android UI overlay.If it does turn out to be just that, we’ll make all the appropriate jokes about how HTC finally realized how bloated Sense had become at the appropriate time.

No other details are available about this device right now, so we don’t know when it will be launched and how much it will cost.