There is no doubt that there is still a need for more affordable Android devices to make it to market. Sure we all love the top of the line super spec’d out smartphones of today, but not everyone is willing or able to drop a large amount of money on a phone. We have seen numerous devices get released from various manufacturers, but today we get a good look at the HTC Explorer as it has been revealed in some official press shots. The Explorer was originally codenamed the Pico, but has since gone though a name change as most phones do. The Explorer will be a perfect device for someone looking to finally make the jump to a smartphone, or someone who isn’t looking to have dual-core and all the fancy fixings but is rather looking for a phone that runs Android and will do all the standard everyday task well. The Explorer is rumored to have a 600MHz processor, 3.2″ display with 480×320 pixels, 512MB of internal memory and 384MB of RAM. Now before you get all up in arms about the sub-par specs, this phone is designed to be cost-effective and for a non “power user”. It will be interesting to see what price range the HTC Explorer comes in at, and which carriers will pick it up.