HTC HD Mini Announced

The HTC HD Mini was announced at MWC today and is a Windows Mobile 6.5.3 device that has a 3.2 inch HVGA screen.

The phone it’s self is described as being a scaled down version of the larger HTC HD2 but with a smaller screen and more capable of being carried around.

The HTC HD Mini seems to focus more on design as the promo video below shows emphasis on design features which oddly enough, seem to revolve around the 4 screws that hold the phone together as well as having bright yellow innards for some reason.

The phone doesn’t run Windows Phone 7 Series due to that OS being launched later this year, so for now you’ll have to make do with the latest version of Windows Phone which is WM 6.5.3.

Windows Mobile 6.5.3 is skinned in the Sense UI giving a decent user experience over standard WM devices. For connectivity there’s the usual WiFi in there, GPS along with 7.2MBps connectivity over HSPA networks.

The phone is set to launch in April although carriers and pricing is not known at the moment.

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