By Anton D. Nagy | July 16, 2010 1:15 AM
After the silver finished HTC1 concept we’ve posted earlier this week, it’s time for another HTC device concept, this time of the HTC HD Pro.
As far as the exterior is concerned, the body is made out of aluminum with a glass panel at the back protecting the camera lens with “an electrochromic film not only hiding the camera when not in use, but also changing flashes or changing its tint for alerts, indicators, and just personal preference”. Casing offers durability and enough space for the components to fit just nicely, while maintaining a thickness of 11.5mm which is pretty good for a device with a tilting hardware keyboard. The screen is a 4.3″ capacitive display – the size of the HTC HD2′s display – and the 1500mAh battery should power it just enough.
As far as connectors are concerned, besides the classic, now almost standard 3.5mm headphone jack and microUSB for charging and syncing, we have a mini HDMI for connecting the Device to an external display.
There’s no mention of the Software interface but Windows Phone 7 is written all over it judging by the three, now classic, capacitive hardware buttons on front.
(Source: XDA Developers)