Two previously unknown Android devices from HTC got leaked this week.
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Two new Android devices from HTC, the Lexikon and Bee, surface on the Internet this week.
Even though there aren't any images to go with the specs, we can get a good feel for what the Taiwanese handset maker has up its sleeve.
First up is the Lexikon, which comes with an 800MHz processor, 512MB RAM, and 4GB of internal memory. The Android 2.2-powered device also features a 3.8-inch display, a 5-megapixel camera, and a slide-out QWERTY keyboard.
The Bee, on the other hand, sounds like an earlier Android handset, with its 528MHz processor, 384MB RAM, and 512MB ROM. Other details include a 3.2-inch display and HTC's Sense UI.
It's hard to say where exactly these phones will end up--that is, if they ever materialize. We saw a handful of HTC codenames leaked last December, none of which have shown up; but still, it's nice to hear about the prospect of a broader range of devices coming out of the HTC camp.