CrunchGear seems to think so, and we’re inclined to agree. It’s a natural nickname, given the HTC Kaiser’s trademark tilt-up keyboard configuration. There’s still no word on exactly when we might be able to expect this baby to drop on the former Cingular, but given the recent FCC filing, coupled with the ramp up in buzz level, we’d wager to guess that this thing will be showing up sooner than later. The phone will replace AT&T’s current 8525/TyTN offering, and will most likely show up on store shelves by the end of August/beginning of September. Tilt, Curve, Blade, Slide, Stripe….we’re all for simple branding, guys, but this is getting a little bit absurd.