Following the launch of its Wildfire smartphone, HTC announced that its Windows-based phone, the HD Mini, will be available for $599 at Harvey Norman stores.
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The HTC HD mini features HTC Sense, comes with a 3.2-inch capacitive touch screen, connects to 3.5G cellular networks and becomes your personal wireless access point – anytime, anywhere. Users can also download a variety of applications from the Windows Marketplace for Mobile to further suit your own needs and style.
HTC’s Sales and Marketing Director, ANZ, Anthony Petts said, “HTC constantly assesses customer feedback, and it was with this feedback in mind that the HTC HD mini was developed to meet the needs of people who want a smartphone with a more compact design without losing key features, usability and style. The integration of HTC Sense on the HTC HD mini gives customers an additional choice for an advanced Windows Phone that is rich with features, simple to use and loaded with valuable applications. The HTC HD mini is the first device, to be launched in partnership with Synnex, one of our key distributors in Australia.”
The HTC HD mini is currently available for an RRP of $599 at Harvey Norman.