Unwired View has a hands-on photo of HTC's flagship Android device for 2010, and the screenshot looks like the device is running on the latest OS version, 2.1.
We haven't heard much more about the Bravo since HTC's roadmap for the year was leaked last month, but it seems that contrary to the original specs, the device will be pimping Android 2.1, just like Google's Nexus One. Which means we can expect the same sort of 3D effects and voice-enabled commands for every function.
As we previously reported, the Bravo is packing a hyper-bright AMOLED widescreen high-res display with multi-touch, a five-megapixel camera capable of recording in high-definition, and the fastest mobile processor on the market, a 1Ghz Snapdragon chip from Qualcomm.
We're expecting to get the official unveiling of the Bravo at Mobile World Congress, so keep an eye out for our live coverage starting February 15!