The Global Certification Forum (GCF) has just approved the HTC ADR6325 which is expected to be launched as the HTC Merge. While the ADR6325 appeared earlier in Verizon Wireless' inventory system (please keep in mind that Verizon Wireless is a CDMA network), the GCF approved the ADR6325 with quadband GSM/GPRS/EDGE and singleband UMTS/HSDPA/HSUPA at 2100 MHz which means the ADR6325 might be either designed to be released in Europe/Asia only or it might be a Verizon Wireless world phone, supporting GSM and UMTS in addition to Verizon's North American CDMA standard which the GCF isn't testing at all. However, the name "Merge" could prove a triple-standard phone.
Yet, there's not too much known about the HTC ADR6325/HTC Merge except that it is most likely an Android smartphone and it's rumored that the device will feature a 10 megapixel camera and a CPU faster than 1 GHz but all this is purely speculation at this point since there's not a single proof available.
Nevertheless, we now have the proof that the HTC ADR6325 exists - with global GSM and European/Asian UMTS support.
Cheers ~ Arne