Yet another Android smartphone leaked today, courtesy of the FCC test shots. The QWERTY-packing side-slider HTC Paradise is a mid-range device, designed for AT&T. There is a slight chance though that the handset was canceled before it ever reached mass production.
HTC Paradise runs on a yet unknown version of the Android platform and packs great all-round connectivity. 3G, Wi-Fi and GPS are all on board, along with a 3.5mm audio jack and a microSD card slot.
The screen measures 3.2" in diagonal and if we were gambling addicts we'd put our money on it packing HVGA resolution. There's also a 3.2 megapixel camera lens to be seen at the back and that concludes the list of known specs at this stage.
If rumors of the HTC Paradise, being canceled by AT&T in favor of the Motorola Flipside don't turn out true we will probably see an official announcement in the coming weeks. It will hopefully give us more info on the pricing and availability of the handset.
Does it has flash on it? Y'know like how you take pictures, it flashes?
Slider phones are the devil.
How can there *possibly* not be a flash on this, or any other phone with a camera?! Come on HTC, I don't want an iPhone and your other phones are narrowly missing the mark - tempt me away!