Calling the handset by its codename, HTC Omega, the seller describes it as having 8GB of memory never used, and running Windows Phone 7 (we'll eat our hats if it doesn't come with Mango).
The handset in the photos is also shown with an Orange logo onscreen, although that's no guarantee that it will make its way to the flame-coloured network when it officially makes its way to the UK.
As we have previously reported, the HTC Radar looks set to launch with a 1.5GHz single-core processor, 8MP camera and LED flash.
The hands on photos also reveal a front-facing camera and a funny little lip at the bottom which we'd suspect was a slide-out physical QWERTY if we didn't know any better.
As far as we're concerned, the Mango-running HTC Radar is a dead cert.
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