Better photo of HTC Bravo shows up, lends credibility to the leak

08 December, 2009

Since more info popped up about the upcoming Android flagship from HTC - the HTC Bravo. First off, there's a new photo with much better quality. There are also some corrections to the previously leaked specs sheet.

Yesterday, we showed you the leaked HTC roadmap for 2010 and as far as we know this still stands. The corrections are minor but very welcome - 320MB RAM, instead of the previously reported 256MB. The other thing is the OS - the HTC Bravo will be running Android 2.0 Eclair.

The rest of the specs for the aptly named HTC Bravo match up with the ones reported yesterday - 1GHz Snapdragon CPU, 5MP autofocus camera with 720p video recording, 3.7" AMOLED capacitive touchscreen with WVGA resolution, DivX support out of the box. Bravo, indeed!

The HTC Bravo will run the 2.0 version of Android but there's no word if it will have the Sense UI though. On the photo, the screen certainly looks like it, but it's a design mockup at best. And notice at the bottom there are no buttons at all (like both Sense UI and the vanilla Android have). So, we'll have to wait and see.

The HTC Bravo is expected to hit the shelves in April 2010. We expect a few more leaks, but HTC leaked roadmap have a history of being accurate, so we don't expect any major changes.



Reader comments

  • Luke

Just been told by Orange UK Customer Services that the Bravo will be out in March

  • Julius

"Samsung and Nokia both them self announce they are phasing out Winmo next two years." Nokia DOES NOT use WinMo. And I don't think it actually EVER used. Remember grandma lessons: "if you ever do something, you better do it well". Even if i...

  • Dr.X

yeah dude , it is THE PHONE! i was stuck between samsung omnia hd for the hd video recording and AMOLED 3.7" 16m color screen , and HTC Hero for it's android OS and Sense UI. but damn!! this phone is awesome , and if the specs are reported true it's ...

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