It.s looking like an exciting year for handset manufacturer HTC. According to leaked slides of the OEM.s 2010 roadmap on Endgadget.com, HTC will continue with its impressive line of Windows Mobile and Android devices.
The slides, which show devices ranging a successor to the HTC Magic to those featuring a BlackBerry form factor, were allegedly leaked at a meeting in Vienna back in October. The handsets are divided into four categories: Design/Lifestyle, Productivity, Performance and Social.
In the “Performance” category, the HTC Bravo may come as a welcome surprise. The Bravo shows an Android OS with a 1 GHz Snapdragon processor and includes DivX support, 720p video capture through a 5-megapixel AF camera with flash and a 3.7-inch AMOLED display.
Endgadget notes that most of the handsets depicted show Europe.s 3G in the spec sheets. However, HTC has made its presence known in the United States recently with devices like the Hero (Sprint) and the myTouch 3G (T-Mobile).