HTC is somewhat dominating proceedings at Mobile World Congress. Fresh off the back of announcing the HTC Legend and Desire, the manufacturer has now unveiled the HTC HD mini, which essentially brings the Windows Phone experience in a compact form factor. Essentially the HTC HD Mini is a condensed down version of the HTC HD2, which is no bad thing in our book, having recently given it five stars in our review and claiming it to be the best Windows Phone to date.
As with the HTC HD2, although the HD Mini is a Windows Mobile phone, HTC has laid their own HTC Sense skin over the top of the phone. The fundamental idea of HTC Sense is to deliver all your communication with your contacts, including social networking feeds into one easy view.
Users of the HTC HD Mini will also be able to sync their Outlook mail and contacts with the phone, as well as stay abreast of their Twitter goings on, with the HTC Peep application. Despite it's small form factor that HD Mini still sports a 3.2-inch screen which is capacitive for all those slick finger swipes we all so enjoy. There's also Wi-Fi, HSDPA and access to the Windows Marketplace for Mobile.
The HTC HD Mini is expected to hit shops at the beginning of April.