We recently got a quick peek at the upcoming HTC Runnymede thanks to AndroidGuys, and now we’ve gotten a full press shot of the 4.7-inch Gingerbread handset. Very much an Android-powered companion piece to the just-announced HTC Titan Windows Phone, the all-white Runnymede will reportedly feature a single-core 1.5GHz processor, 768MB RAM and 16GB/32GB ROM, plus WVGA resolution. Sound quality and image capture are said to be top-notch, with the Beats Audio-infused device supposedly offering up a class-leading camera that may even best the highly-anticipated iPhone 5’s.

Pricing has been tipped at 530 pounds ($838) unlocked for the 16GB model and 560 pounds ($885) for the 32GB version — which sounds right in line for a high-end HTC product — although launch plans are still unknown. We could possibly learn more at the September 20th HTC event in New York City, although we suspect that may focus on US-specific devices such as Bliss and Vigor on Verizon.

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