A raspberry, pointing fingers, flowers, and a cat? Sometimes companies plant exciting clues in their press conference invitations. And other times, you're better off putting the puzzle out of your mind.
Of this I am certain: HTC is throwing a press conference the night before Mobile World Congress officially kicks off (February 26), and I'm going.
Thankfully, there are enough rumors and leaks to guess that one device we could be seeing is the, which could also be the world's first quad-core phone. We caught whiff of that one back in November.
There's also talk of the Primo, a more midrange device.tablet, also quad-core thanks to Nvidia's Tegra 3 processor, as well as the , another Android Ice Cream Sandwich superphone, and the
I also wonder if we'll hear tell of the European version of theWindows Phone we saw at CES, with its ginormous 16-megapixel camera. So far none of HTC's competitors has offered that in the U.S.
Like I said, I'll be attending HTC's press conference, so check back in to CNET on February 26 at 9 p.m. CET/3 p.m. ET/noon PT.