Washoe County School District
December 7, 2009 by USA Post
Washoe County School District:HTC is known for producing stylish, feature packed mobile phones that can win any mobile phone lover’s heart. But it seems that they are no good at keeping the secrets. A full range of device lineup has been leaked including five Android devices. HTC Bravo is one of them. Let’s have a closer look at its features and specs.
HTC Bravo Features and Specs
The phone will boast of a 3.7 inch AMOLED display. The AMOLED displays are way better than LCD TFT displays and can show really good color and contrast at high enough brightness to read the display in sunlight. The WVGA resolution of 480 X 800 also looks very crisp and sharp at 3.7 inch display size.
The touchscreen is a capacitive one denoting that it is way much responsive than the resistive ones.
The speed will be simply awesome with its 1GHz QSD 8250 Snapdragon processor. Remembering that iPhone 3GS uses a 600 MHz ARM Cortext A8 processor and is a speed beast and multitasking is not also a problem in a 550 MHz as you can see in Motorola Droid, The HTC Bravo will really be a treat to use device even if you are using it with multitasking.
The camera will be a decent 5 MP shooter with autofocus and flash capabilities. It can also shoot HD quality videos at 720p format.
The HTC Bravo can hold upto 16GB micro SD card which, it seems, will be provided right out of the box. So, memory will not be a barrier to storing all you favorite music and videos.
A phone with good features but a dead battery is good for nothing. HTC understands this and they have included a very good sized 1400 mAh Lithium battery to provide enough power to run all your apps throughout the day.
It now looks insane to call every new mobile a iPhone Killer but HTC Bravo is definitely going to give a good battle to every other smartphone in the world.
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