Out of all the smartphones on HTC's leaked 2010 roadmap, undoubtedly the most interesting was the HTC Bravo. A device strikingly similar to the Google Nexus One, complete with HSDPA/HSUPA connectivity, a 3.7-inch touchscreen and a 1GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon processor, the Bravo also throws HTC's well-esteemed Sense UI into the mixture. Now one of the first images of the Bravo in the wild has turned up.
With it comes the first tidbit of carrier information we've heard; according to Omio the Bravo (which may get a different name by the time it arrives on shelves) is headed to T-Mobile. They reckon it'll land from free on contracts £35 ($57) or above, presumably with a two-year agreement.
Otherwise there's no new news on specifications, which leaves us presuming a 5-megapixel camera with autofocus and LED flash, optical trackpad in place of a traditional trackball, and the usual WiFi/GPS/Bluetooth/digital compass. No specific launch details either, but last we heard the Bravo was on course for a March 2010 release in Sweden at least.
[via Android Community]