Three new HTC smartphones have leaked online, as the Taiwanese phone maker looks to build on the success with Google's Android platform.
The HTC Spark, Bee and Lexikon are a trio of previously unheard of phones and similarities between the Spark and the previously rumoured HTC Schubert and Mozart smartphones have already been noted.
The HTC Spark is said to sport Windows Phone 7, a 1GHz processor, a five megapixel camera and a 3.7-inch touchscreen display, which means it will match up to Microsoft's proposed minimum system requirements for the new platform.
It is unclear as to whether HTC has rebranded and combined one or two of its prototypes to create the Spark at this time, but this leak suggests that the release date is drawing near.
The HTC Bee and Lexikon are both Android-based smartphones. The former is aimed at the mainstream market with a 3.2-inch screen and a modestly powered 528MHz processor.
The latter will have a more powerful 800MHz processor combined with a 3.8-inch screen and both will run Android 2.2 overlaid with HTC's Sense interface, according to HTCPedia.
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