The features of HD Mini include Sense UI, a 3.2 inch HVGA capacitive touchscreen display, HSDPA (kind of useless in India at the moment), Wi-Fi, GPS, Twitter and Facebook integration, 3.5mm headset jack, stereo FM radio with RDS, 5MP autofocus camera, 384MB RAM, 512MB ROM, a Qualcomm 7227 600 MHz processor, and MicroSD card support.
Indian customers should be able to buy the HTC HD Mini for 23,490 INR (about $519). A bit expensive for a smartphone that will be stuck with WM 6.5.3 – since it will certainly not be upgraded to Windows Phone 7.
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