HTC unveiled the “HTC HD Mini,” which it promises will provide same HTC HD2 experience in a compact design. The HTC HD Mini includes a capacitive touch screen, 512MB ROM, 384MB RAM, 3.2" HVGA display, 5MP camera and the usual support of 3G and GPS. The phone will be powered by Windows Mobile 6.5 and HTC Sense. “The demand for the HTC HD2 has exceeded our expectations, and the HTC HD mini fulfils a desire from some customers to bring the capabilities and experience of the HTC HD2 to a more compact design,” said Peter Chou, chief executive officer, HTC Corporation. HTC HD mini will be available to customers across Europe and Asia beginning in April.
Also, announced the “HTC Desire,” that runs Android 2.1 on top of a palm-meltingly fast 1 Ghz CPU. Its got the same (stunning) 3.7&Prime AMOLED touchscreen, and the same 5 megapixel camera. The only real physical change is the jump from a standard trackball to an optical trackpad.
And an Android 2.1-powered HTC Legend, processor speed bump from 528 Mhz to 600, and the nifty optical trackpad that has replaced the trackball. The screen size and resolution remains the same (3.2 inches at 320×480), but they’ve bumped it up from the standard LCD to a gorgeous AMOLED screen.