A spy shot showing what appears to be the HTC Vision has appeared online, as the mobile maker looks to build on the success of the Desire.
The low quality picture first appeared on a Croatian tech site and although Google's Eric Schmidt recently dismissed the idea that the search firm has commissioned a Nexus Two, some are claiming that the HTC Vision could become the second Google branded smartphone.
The HTC Vision will allegedly share the 3.7-inch display and 1GHz processor of the Desire, as well as having a five megapixel camera, a physical QWERTY keyboard and all of the integrated connectivity you could reasonably request.
It will also run Android 2.1 and HTC's own Sense interface, according to Tech Digest.
Although HTC has previously launched smartphones with full QWERTY keypads, of late it has opted for bigger and bigger displays with on-screen keypads, so the Vision could be a unique addition to its current line up.
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