The first time we got a glimpse of the HTC Ruby was just a few weeks ago when the phone captured an image of itself in the reflection of an HTC Flyer. Since then a few new images of the phone have surfaced, but now we’re getting a few details about some of the specs featured in the HTC Ruby. According to TmoNews, the HTC Ruby will feature a 4.3-inch qHD display (similar to that of the HTC Sensation), a 1.5 GHz dual-core Qaulcomm Snapdragon processor, 8 megapixel rear and 2 megapixel front facing cameras, 1GB of RAM and Bluetooth 3.0
We still don’t know which version of Android the HTC ruby will be running or when T-Mobile plans to release the phone. It’s certainly nice to see T-Mobile and HTC working together on another device, but we do have to admit that we’re a bit confused. The HTC Sensation was just released a few months ago and it looks like the release of the HTC Ruby would make the Sensation obsolete.
Are any of you getting excited for the HTC Ruby? Any Sensation owners out there a little mad to see a better HTC phone hitting T-Mobile’s network so soon?