HTC might have been squirting out Android phones like there’s no tomorrow, but it hasn’t yet forsaken the Windows Mobile platform. In fact there’s some real innovation in a handset called the HTC Leo which has been featured on the web for a while now. Today’s update is that Greek site Techblog has managed to get a quick hands on with it.
Essentially the device has three main selling points; firstly it has a large 4.3 inch touch screen – that’s bigger than almost all its rivals. Secondly it runs a 1Ghz processor which is also faster than its rivals and is designed to make the most out of the new Windows Mobile 6.5 operating system.
Also on board is HSPA connectivity for super fast data connection speeds, a five mega pixel camera, microSD card slot, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, GPS and a 3.5mm earphones jack.