HTCpedia says it has come across specs in the wild for a purported HTC HD3. If you think the HD2 is something to see, the HD3 looks to take things further. A device that aims to blur the line between smartphone and PC, the HD3 is expected to have a 4.5 inch display with resolution of 1290 x 800 pixels, and support for 16 million colors and multi-touch. Compare that to the current pixel leader, the 480 x 854 resolution on the Motorola DROID. Powering the HD3 will be a Snapdragon chip running at 1.5GHz (currently, Qualcomm has said such a speedy chip will not be ready until 2011).
You know a 5MP shooter would not suffice for the HD3 and that is why it will feature an 8MP camera with a Xenon flash.The handset will have 1GB of RAM/ROM and 32GB of additional memory space. Sure, these specs sound way too good to be true, but remember, the HD2 specs also seemed hard to believe at first, too. The device will run on Windows Mobile 7 and a November launch is expected.
The HTC HD2 was a significant success for T-Mobile USA, and other carriers may be planning to pick up the successor. AT&T has also made a significant commitment to Microsoft's new operating system, and could be planning to offer the HD3 as well.