Just as HTC Leo’s full specs list was leaked online (officially), the folks of wmpoweruser started investigating the matter and found that Leo’s model ID is “PB81100”. Starting from here, they initiated a search, finding as many results for this ID as possible and a bunch of new handsets on the way.
It was all done thanks to an XML page of a cheap roaming provider in the UK called Cloud9-Mobile. “PB81100”, which is most likely Leo, will support the following bands, according to the XML: “GSM 1800, GSM 1900, GSM 900, GSM850 (GSM800), HSDPA, HSUPA, WCDMA FDD Band I, WCDMA FDD Band VIII”.
Another model ID was found during the search, “OMNI100” and this one comes with support for “GSM 1800, GSM 1900, GSM 900, GSM850 (GSM800), WCDMA FDD” connectivity. THOT100 and THOT110 were IDs indicating the presence of HTC Thoth on the upcoming handset list, with support for such types of connectivity: “GSM 1800, GSM 1900, GSM 900, GSM850 (GSM800), HSDPA, HSUPA, WCDMA FDD Band I, WCDMA FDD Band II, WCDMA FDD Band V”.
The same XML also leaked models like SUPE100/SUPE110, probably HTC SuperStar, MEMP100, the Memphis Android phone, FORE100, HTC Foreseer, a cancelled phone, CONV100/CONV110, that is T-Mobile Shadow 2009 and CLIC100/CLIC 110, HTC Click.
There are also less known phones on the list, like those with model IDs like CORA100, that might be HTC Coral, CAIR100, HTC Cairo maybe, HTC PLATXX, HTC Platinum and PILO100, HTC Pilot probably.