The much rumoured HTC Bravo was released today as the HTC Desire. This may seem familiar to many people, as it is like a version of the Google’s Nexus One. The only difference between Nexus One and HTC Desire is the HTC Sense interface and design. Sense is HTC’s alternate user interface, which isn’t included with Nexus One.
Rest everything else is same including the 3.7-inch WVGA AM-OLED display, 1 GHz processor, 512 MB RAM and a microSD memory card slot. Desire will also come with 3G, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, GPS, compass, and an array of other features.
Availability: HTC Desire will be broadly available to customers across major European and Asian markets in early Q2. The HTC Desire will be exclusively available in Australia through Telstra.
From the Press Release:
HTC Desire is the richest way to visually experience news, friends, photos, favourite places and whatever else is important on a mobile phone. With one of the most advanced displays available on a phone today, HTC Desire is designed with a large 3.7 inch AMOLED WVGA display to enhance and maximise content, whether it is pictures and videos, browsing the Web or checking on friends’ status updates. HTC Desire is powered by a one gigahertz Snapdragon processor and is Adobe(R) Flash(R) 10.1 ready. As with the HTC Legend, the HTC Desire also includes an optical joystick.