The new HTC HD Mini has been provided as a SIM Free mobile phone, this newest HTC phone is totally opened to all networks enabling the user to put their own agreement or Pay As You Go SIM card. The HD Mini is HTC’s new contracted version of their HD2 design which flaunts a large 4.3-inch touch screen, this brand-new ‘mini’ version scales this down to a more workable and also pocket pleasant 3.2 inches whilst keeping the majority of the specs and also attributes in place.
Still existing is the 5 huge pixel camera with autofocus on the back of the phone as is the Windows os which is version 6.5.3, HTC Feeling is still the interface of option whilst GPS with a digital compass is still there to aid satellite navigating and turn by turn path finding. The 1GHz processor of the HD2 has been decreased in favor of a 600MHz model with the smaller sized screen not demanding as much handling power. The HTC HD Mini additionally includes HSPDA, Wi-Fi and 3.5 G support for fast net links and download rates.
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HTC has been active of late releasing new models although the last 2 have been Android powered tools as opposed to this newest Windows phone, the HTC Tale and Desire versions have just struck the marketplace over the past two weeks and are already setting great sales figures for the supplier. The HTC Legend offers the very same 3.2-inch touch screen and 5.0-megapixel camera yet with a slightly different the sims 4 on android casing design that permits the phone to be put flat on its face without the primary display touching the surface area using a ‘chin’ design.
The HTC Wish is an extra effective tool making use of the same 1GHz chip as the HD2 design but also with an AMOLED touch screen. Various other manufacturers have additionally been hectic releasing new phones with a comparable 3.2-inch screen, these consist of the Nokia X6, Sony Ericsson Visas and LG GW620. Various other suits the brand-new HTC HD Mini camera resolution of 5 megapixels consisting of the Samsung Wave, Nokia 6700 Slide, Nokia N900 and also environmentally friendly Sony Ericsson Elm.