The FCC inadvertently outed another HTC handset this week and it appears it's going to be an Android device.
There's not much known about the phone other than what can be gleaned from the pictures that came with the FCC filing. From the images, we can see that the handset has buttons similar to the ones found on the recent Droid Incredible.
The only hardware specifications uncovered so far reveal that the phone will have AT&T's 3G bands. This would mark the first Android phone from HTC on the carrier's network and would also fit with AT&T's remarks from CES 2010 when the service provider said it would launch five Android smartphones during the first half of the year, including one from HTC.
Though much of this phone remains a mystery, it hasn't stopped people from making guesses; Android bloggers are speculating that this could possibly be the HTC Wildfire.
The Wildfire was one of the choices when HTC recently took to its Facebook page asking fans choose the name of the company's next smartphone. HTC described the handset as "playful and full of youth" and based on the FCC image, the mobile, with its blue accents and slide-out keyboard (a bit Sidekick-esque), definitely looks like it would appeal to a younger crowd. Of course, only time will tell.