Techielobang.com recently had a look at the fresh HTC HD Mini, the miniature version of HTC HD2 and if you’re willing to get over the pretty cool East European accent of the reviewer, here’s a video detailing the smartphone:
HTC HD Mini is apparently closer to HTC Touch Diamond than HD2 and we have to mention that its touchscreen display is a 3.2 inch unit, with a 320 x 480 pixel resolution. Strangely enough, once you rotate the handset from portrait to landscape mode, the image will stay in the same position, as shown in the video above.
HD Mini’s UI lacks the Start button, so you’ll have to do with the physical Home one beneath the screen. The handset runs Windows Mobile 6.5 Professional and uses the HTC Sense interface, that makes pretty good use of the 600 MHz processor under the hood. The device weighs 110 grams and is 10.3mm thick. Its hardware includes 512MB ROM, 384MB RAM, a microSD card slot and a 5 megapixel autofocus camera.