By Brandon Miniman | April 13, 2010 7:40 AM
In this video we take a look at the hardware on the HTC HD Mini. Overall we find that, as expected, the HD Mini is a solidy built device, but it lacks the stunning visual appeal that is present with the HD2. The craftsmanship is apparent with the use of high quality materials and attention to detail, but the device feels thicker in-hand than it should.
In terms of specs, it’s running with the Qualcomm MSM7227 CPU clocking at 600MHz. It has 384MB RAM, 512MB of ROM, and microSD memory expansion (with no card included). It also has WiFi, Bluetooth, aGPS, FM Radio, and a 5.0MP camera on back with no flash. The capacitive multitouch screen is 3.2″, but is only 480×320 resolution, making certain icons appear grainy. For more specs, check out PDAdb.net.
Coming up soon we’ll talk about the Sense interface on the HTC HD Mini. In case you missed it, check out the unboxing!