Yesterday we saw a leaked spec sheet for a Windows Phone 7 device called the HTC Spark, and today we've got spec sheets for two more HTC phones. This time, however, they're sporting the Android 2.2 OS. First up is the HTC Lexikon, which is packing a 3.8-inch screen at a resolution of 480x800, an 800 MHz chip, 5 megapixel camera, QWERTY keyboard, and HTC's Sense skin. The Lexikon sounds like a pretty nice device, but with an 800 MHz processor, I get the feeling that its going to be more of a mid-range device. Second is the HTC Bee, a lower end product with a 3.2-inch screen at a resolution of 240x320, 528 MHz chip, 5 megapixel camera, and HTC Sense. 911HTC believes that the Bee is a CDMA device headed to Verizon, but there's no word on where the Lexikon will be calling home.
The HTC Lexikon looks like a pretty great device, although it's pretty disappointing that it may only be sporting an 800 MHz processor. All of the other specs on the device seem to fit the design of a high-end product, so I'm not sure why there's not a 1 GHz chip. Perhaps that'll change by the time the Lexikon is released. There's also the possibility that all of these specs, and those of the Spark yesterday, are completely fake, which is why the "Rumor" tag was slapped on this one. So, readers, assuming that these products are real, what do you make of them?