HTC Bravo Status


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  1. Ruben

    Ruben Well-Known Member

    Just starting this thread to compile all we know about the Bravo (or whatever name we know it as).

    Real Pictures:
    Another leaked Bravo image | DroidDog Android Blog
    Bravo. Bravo. Bravo. | DroidDog Android Blog
    Conception Drawings:
    Bravo for HTC Bravo | ai.rs blog

    What we know (and kinda know):
    Three official Sweden facebooks have confirmed they are getting the Bravo in March.

    For U.S. carriers, it looks like if it does come to us, it will either go to AT&T or Verizon.

    It is confirmed that a HTC Incredible is coming to Verizon...We just don't know what it is, but there is evidence leading to the conclusion that the HTC Incredible is the Bravo. In the leaked roadmap, numerous times, it refers to the Bravo as the Incredible. i.e. "Websites, maps, videos and images come to life when viewed on the Incredible. Millions of colors and fluid full-motion video will keep..." So, right now, it looks like VZW will get the Bravo is some way shape or form.

    In this article it talks about a person being able to preview and spend some time with the phone. It has dimmed specs, but it's info.

    We are possibly saying AT&T will get it because it says in this announcement that they are getting a new HTC Android smartphone. Since the European version would be GSM (obviously), it would be an easy transition to AT&T.

    According to Android Spin, they have a reliable source telling them that the Bravo is going to T-Mobile. I couldn't catch if it was for T-Mobile US or Euro, but from the looks of it, it looks USA. Again, no defeat for VZW, because as Nashdroid said, VZW will probably get the CDMA verison of the device (Incredible). In my opinion, not trying to get off-topic, it will look better. Just think of Sprint Hero -> VZW Eris.

    Updated 2/03/10

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  2. Ruben

    Ruben Well-Known Member

  3. Nashdroid

    Nashdroid Well-Known Member

  4. Ruben

    Ruben Well-Known Member

  5. kyler13

    kyler13 Well-Known Member

    How so?
  6. Ruben

    Ruben Well-Known Member

    Roadmap says 1GHz snapdragon, and a rad back?
  7. Stroupified

    Stroupified Well-Known Member

    1166 comments summed up into one nice post, minus the trash talk. lol
  8. MisterG694

    MisterG694 Active Member

    Honestly people I know I'm contradicting myself here but PLEASE do not post in this thread unless you get some sort of news, whether leaks or article links that are relevant to the eventual Bravo/ Passion/ Incredible. I think this would be a good method to stop the overflow of chatter in other threads. and no, you don't need to quote me on this post and say "agreed" :)
  9. Mykpfsu

    Mykpfsu Well-Known Member

    Keep in mind it was only said to be running at 850mhz. Its not as if the guy looked at a screen that said that. It could have been that he heard wrong or it was an attempt to chase leaks.
    That or he was looking at something like the Legend.
  10. Nashdroid

    Nashdroid Well-Known Member

    Or, possibly, that they were saying that the processor RUNS at 850mhz. Meaning, quite possibly, that it has the Snapdragon 1ghz just like the Nexus, but it's clocked down to 850mhz. I think that may be the case. That's what I originally thought when I read the article.
  11. kyler13

    kyler13 Well-Known Member

    It could have been clocked down for battery life in the development stages. In all actuality, what he saw is likely a prototype test unit so details, especially set in firmware, could be different by time it's ready for production.
  12. Anonimac

    Anonimac Your mom goes to college. VIP Member

    Amen! I'm actually considering contributing some of my thoughts on this thread...i felt like i lost 20 IQ points with just the one post i had on the other thread by association.
  13. Stroupified

    Stroupified Well-Known Member

  14. SmallTownGypsy

    SmallTownGypsy Well-Known Member

  15. Ruben

    Ruben Well-Known Member

    VZW cares about phones. Droid, blackberrys, web OS,.... pretty good selection. It is going to T-Mobile in Europe, but I doubt it for T-Mobiel USA. I'd say either AT&T VZW or Sprint.
  16. Nashdroid

    Nashdroid Well-Known Member

    That honestly could TOTALLY be true. I have never thought that the Bravo would go to Verizon. The Bravo is a GSM phone. I HAVE, however, been very confident that a CDMA variant of the Bravo would come to Verizon under a completely different name. So, if you look at it that way, that article may totally be true. Regardless, it doesn't effect Verizon the least bit. Even if T-Mobile U.S. gets the Bravo, that doesn't mean that the Incredible isn't coming to Verizon. I'm tellin' ya guys, Verizon is SO tight-lipped about new badass phones. I mean, hardcore. Verizon isn't going to sit back and let Sprint get the Supersonic, T-Mobile U.S. get the Bravo, AT&T get some sweet Android phone down the road, and just take it like a little girl. Verizon has a marketing department, and there are a lot of smart people who get paid BIG BUCKS to make sure that Verizon share holders make money on their stocks. I'm tellin' ya, they're not going to just lay down. They've got something coming. They have to. Just believe it, be patient and wait.
  17. Ruben

    Ruben Well-Known Member

    +1 ... not much more to say but +1
  18. kyler13

    kyler13 Well-Known Member

    Funny. I actually can see them sitting back and letting this happen. Except it's us that ends up taking it like a little girl. As long as they're not hemmorhaging subs, what does Verizon care?
  19. heyeaglefn

    heyeaglefn Well-Known Member

    I never thought Verizon would sit back and take the AT&T ads like they have, but they have proven me wrong in that aspect.
  20. Ruben

    Ruben Well-Known Member

    Although off topic, AT&T is always saying things that don't matter. The smartphone commercial, well...sorry to say this AT&T but the only smartphone you have that people like is the iPhone, and I don't even like that phone. They say how they coverage millions with their 2G networks...well so does VZW. I guess the only thing they have going for them is that they can talk on the phone and surf the web.
  21. heyeaglefn

    heyeaglefn Well-Known Member

    I agree, I just don't get why Verizon takes it and doesn't fight back.
  22. kyler13

    kyler13 Well-Known Member

    Somebody posted something pretty funny about the simultaneous voice/data with AT&T. AT&T makes fun of Verizon because theoretically you'd have to hang up on someone, check the internet, then call them back. Well, this guy who had AT&T commented that it wasn't much different for him. He'd call somebody and while he was doing data, well, the call would drop, so he'd have to call them back anyway. LOL at AT&T.
  23. Ruben

    Ruben Well-Known Member

    To be honest, I'm very happy with VZW. Their coverage is great at my house (and in the basement). Everywhere I go and travel there is 3G for me to enjoy the internet. :)
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