The Bravo mobile phone from HTC, which was first seen in December of last year without any real announcement by the company, has been revealed by the operator, 3, in Sweden, to be up for release in March. It is thought, by many observers, that this will also trigger similar launches of the mobile into other European territories, such as the UK.
According to the Engadget website, the Bravo is broadly similar to Google's Nexus One phone, in terms of its feature specification, including, as it does, a super fast Qualcomm Snapdragon 1GHz CPU, a large 3.7in screen of AMOLED quality packing in an impressive WVGA resolution, fast HSPA data transfer, Wi-Fi for wireless Internet connections, GPS for location finding, a good 5-megapixel camera with autofocus and Android 2.1.
Expect a price point that, again, is broadly similar to the Google Nexus One.
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