Introduced at MWC 2010 a week ago, HTC HD mini is a smaller version of HTC HD2, but that doesn’t necessarily mean it’ll perform less well. The guys of have done a comparison video of the two devices, that you can check out below, if you’re curious to witness the power of the HTC newcomer:


The smartphone announced last week is clearly smaller than the HD2, but its screen handles tasks pretty swell and shows the Sense UI without issues. However, the interface lacks some features that would be too challenging for the mini model, like showing the photo album in landscape mode.

HD mini runs Windows Mobile 6.5.3, as you can see in the video, but we’re really anxious to see if the device is well specced enough to handle Windows Phone 7. We remind you that HTC HD mini supports quadband HSDPA connectivity and its screen is a 3.2 inch HVGA, with a 320 x 480 pixel resolution.

Expect the mini to hit the market this Spring with an affordable price, specially when compared to the HTC HD2.

[via wmpoweruser]

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