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HTC Bravo

HTC’s product line up for 2010 seems to have slipped out into the wild with a brace of new Android handsets including the high-end HTC Bravo and the super-social HTC Buzz and Tide.

It looks like previous whispers about new HTC phones were true. If the leaked product roadmap is to be believed it’s next set of Android blowers will be broken up into four product categories – performance, design/lifestyle, productivity and social.

HTC’s performance champion will be the HTC Bravo, a 3.7in OLED touchscreen phone with a 5MP camera (with auto-focus and 720p HD video capture). The HTC Bravo will also feature WiFi, Bluetooth 2.0, a compass, GPS, FM radio and integration with Facebook, Flickr, Twitter and Microsoft Exchange.

There’s two handsets in the design/lifestyle category – the HTC Legend and the HTC Salsa. Both boast the same Facebook, Flickr, Twitter and Exchange skills as the Bravo.

The HTC Legend will be the more high-end of the two handsets with a 3.2in OLED touchscreen, a 5MP camera (with autofocus and flash), GPS and an FM radio.

The HTC Salsa’s likely to be a little cheaper with a 2.6in QVGA touchscreen, GPS, FM Radio and a 3.2MP camera.

While all the phones in HTC’s 2010 line-up have Twitter, Flickr, Exchange and Facebook integration, the HTC Buzz and HTC Tide are flagged up as the handset hawker’s “social” phones.

The HTC Buzz packs a 3.2in QVGA touchscreen, a 5MP camera with autofocus, flash and facetagging, GPS, FM Radio, WiFi, Bluetooth 2.0 and a 3.5mm audio jack.

Meanwhile the HTC Tide is a slightly simpler social phone with a 2.68in QVGA touchscreen, 3.2MP camera with autofocus and GPS.

HTC’s also got three Windows Mobile phones waiting in the traps – the Photon, Trophy and Tera – but we’ve not managed to spy any pics or specs for them yet.

Want to check out HTC’s Android pedigree? Try our review of the HTC Hero.

Due 2010 | £TBA | HTC (via Android And Me)

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