[MWC 2010] Just fresh from the launch, the HTC HD Mini was exposed on the show. The idea behind the HTC HD mini is that you *should* have the same user experience (than the HD) – but with a smaller device… Anyway, the device has a 3.2” (320×480) capacitive screen, which is much smaller than the previous 4.3” display – but it is not really mini by ordinary phone standards. But it also comes with a slower processor: 600Mhz. It’s not terrible, but that’s not great either. While the HTC HD Mini might be a decent phone, I just don’t see why it has the HD name. It is not “HD” by any means, even if it does look like the HD2 (from far away).
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