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HTC Mecha Spotted in HTC Sense Site
It looks like we have seen a ghost, but judging from the leak spotted earlier today in the HTC Sense site, it looks like either HTC is in the process of coming up with a new device dubbed as the HTC Mecha or someone has a very weird sense of humor. The HTC Sense registration form showed, aside from the Desire phones, a third device in the drop down menu, which when looking at the screenshot, one could see that it was the old HTC Hero. If it was a mistake, then someone went through a lot of trouble to make it. Needless to say, the device has been pulled from the website and has vanished just as quickly as it has showed up. If it comes to be, maybe HTC should consider calling this device the “Ghost” or the “Phantom” based on its ghastly and brief appearance.
Certainly, we would expect HTC to come up with newer designs rather than resurrecting old chassis. Do you think that the device is real? Share your thoughts by commenting below.
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