HTC HD Mini Announced - HD2 in a Tiny Body
HTC has announced the HTC HD Mini today and it's exactly what the name implies: the HTC HD2 shrunk down into a more manageable size. Ok, technically you have a more average screen resolution of 320x480 and a more average processor speed at 600Mhz. Still and all: the HTC HD2 experience on a comfortably small device sounds pretty good, don't it?
- Size: 103.8 X 57.7 X 11.7 mm (4.09 X 2.27 X 0.46 inches)
- Weight: 110 grams (3.88 ounces) with battery
- Display: 3.2 inches, 320 X 480 HVGA, Glass
- Processor: 600 MHz
- Battery: 1200, 400 mins talk time on 3G
- Camera: 5mp
- 3.5 mm stereo audio jack, Standard micro-USB
- Windows Mobile 6.5 Professional with HTC Sense
- ROM: 512 MB RAM: 384 MB
- Bands: 900/2100 3G, Quad band Edge
- WiFi, Bluetooth
We're really digging the design on this one - check out those fancy screws on the back and the glass screen on the front. As has become (sadly) typical for HTC announces at MWC, this too is a European-and-Asian-only-to-start kind of deal. "Broadly" available in the beginning of April, it looks to keep the flame alive for Windows Mobile 6.5 just a little longer.
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less CPU speed (not to mention not even same architecture. shall we call a pentium2 a low-end Core2Quad now? ) so really this is a low end phone like many others in HD-looking case. nothing inside is similar.
600Mhz CPU + ROM: 512 MB RAM: 384 MB.
It's 2010 FOr crying out loud! But it's one beautifull device, thats for sure.
Display: 3.2 inches, 320 X 480 HVGA, Glass
ROM: 512 MB RAM: 384 MB No GPS, no fast CPU, no lot's of RAM
You must be kidding?
Actually, save for the screen size and processor -- which isn't at 1GHz because you don't NEED a 1GHz processor to drive that size screen -- it share a great number of details with the HD2. They didn't do a cut-down version of the HD2. They did a MINI version.
I was thinking of getting it but, after i saw the specs it became a no. Very simular size to the Diamond but a smaller resolution. So Iguess im moving to the HD2 untill something else comes.