Wednesday, 4 August 2010
HTC Bravo Caught on Camera; Heading to T-Mobile T-Mobile to Launch New HTC Android & Cheaper BlackBerry Smartphones?
Nexus One of course. Leaked a while back ago, the Bravo has appeared
again as it was caught on camera this time. And according to leaks and
rumors this baby is heading to T-Mobile so don t spend all your money on
the Google Nexus One just yet.
The HTC Bravo is apparently very similar to the Nexus One. It will sport
features like HSDPA/HSUPA support, 3.7-inch touchscreen, 1GHz Snapdragon
processor from Qualcomm, HTC s Sense UI and Android OS in the
background. Other rumored specs include a 5-megapixel camera with
autofocus and LED flash, optical trackpad, Wi-Fi, GPS and Bluetooth
support and a digital compass.
The HTC Bravo should be available in Sweden this March but T-Mobile
might decide to launch it sooner than we expect. We have no prices for
you right now but at least we got a blurry picture to keep you interested.
T-Mobile certainly needs all the attention it can get these days and I m
sure the carrier would want to launch the phone as fast as possible. The
MWC 2010 is a good place to be this February in order to spot some
interesting Android devices and the HTC Bravo will surely be one of them.
In other, not necessarily related, news the brand new BlackBerry Bold
9700 and Curve 8520 are apparently cheaper now when purchased with a new
contract from T-Mobile. Is the company trying to clear its Berry stock?
Or did it simply slash handset prices as a response to Verizon s and AT
T s sudden change of data and voice plans? Whatever might be the case,
if you are a true RIM fan then you absolutely need to grab this deal.
The BlackBerry Bold 9700 costs just $129.99 while the Curve 8520 is
available for just $79.99. What are you waiting for?