Pictures have appeared that reveal a new Windows Phone LTC device, called the HTC Radiant.
Pocketnow claims the Radiant is rumoured to be one of three AT&T bound 4G LTE Windows Phone handsets due to launch at CES next week, along with the Nokia Lumia 900 and the Samsung Mendel.
It looks a little like the HTC Titan, but there are some significant difference: HTC branding is bigger, the right buttons are further down the phone, the dual-led flash is on the left of the camera lens and the unibody styling has a curve. Check out our picture of both phones above.
Specifications haven’t been confirmed, but it’s rumoured to have a 1.5Ghz processor, 512MB RAM and 8GB storage – pretty much like other Windows Phone handsets. Of course it’s similarity to the Titan means we’re expecting a 4.7-inch screen.
HTC has yet to confirm information about the Radiant, but as a 4G phone, it’s highly unlikely we’ll see it coming to the UK. Many handsets like the HTC My Touch 4G are US only. Of course, we’ll bring you more news as soon as we get it.