Recently, a few renders of what is believed to be the fabled HTC Pyramid surfaced on a Chinese site. The device supposedly will run Android 3.0, also known as Honeycomb; driving that operating system will be a dual-core processor and a massive 786 MB of RAM. It also has both front- and rear-facing cameras.
Should this leak be true, the Pyramid will be the first smartphone to be running Honeycomb, which is very odd considering that Google has touted this version of Android as an operating system designed specifically for tablets. Some people have already found traces of smartphone support from Honeycomb's emulator, but they thought that it might've been small improvements. We still don't know if Google is planning on creating a newer version of Honeycomb for Android-powered smartphones (they've previously said that its features will "arrive on phones over time"), but we can only guess that if this leak is real, then Google will probably be taking the smartphone wars to a whole new level.[TMoNews via GottaBeMobile]