HTC Pico gets pictured, looks like a Wildfire S with a case of the blues
We’re just getting accustomed to the HTC Wildfire S in the US, but the Taiwanese company appears to be prepping another device with similar specs for other parts of the world. The HTC Pico is a newcomer to the company’s healthy lexicon of codenames, yet from the images leaked to XDA China it seems almost ready to hit the market. A full list of device specs happened to be included as well: the Pico will run on a 600MHz single-core CPU and 384MB of RAM, and will use a 3.2-inch HVGA display. It’ll come with Android 2.3 underneath “HTC Sense Zero,” which we believe may be a streamlined version of the Sense UI designed for lower-end devices — perhaps in reaction to the Desire Gingerbread debacle. Curiously, the Pico may not be destined for North American shores, as it lacks 850 / 1900 WCDMA bands. There’s no word on exactly where, when or even if this stranger will appear, though it may very well be heading to Europe and emerging markets.