The HTC Bravo, recently spotted in a leaked series of slides supposedly showing HTC's new designs for launch in 2010, has appeared in a better picture and additional details have been released.
We already knew Bravo would be a flagship high-performance handset running on the Android operating system, and after the announcement, it was assumed it would arrive running version 2.0 of the OS. However, as it won't be released until April 2010, and because of the ongoing problems with Android 2.0, it is now thought that the new phone will run version 2.1 instead, according to the ai-rs website.
As well as the large, 3.7-inch AMOLED screen - which has now been revealed to be packing a high-res, widescreen WVGA resolution - and a fast 1GHZ Snapdragon CPU plus the five-megapixel camera including a dual flash, other details have been released including the fitting of a proper headphone port for music fans, A-GPS for location finding, 512MB of flash memory plus 320MB of storage and Wi-Fi for wireless internet connections.
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