Looks like our pals over in England have quite a few big weeks in store. Above is the HTC Bravo in the flesh, which reportedly will be headed that way toward the end of February, bringing nearly the same specs as the Google Nexus One, including the 1GHz Snapdragon processor, 3.7-inch AMOLED touchscreen, 5MP camera, and all the other goodies. But what's new is an optical trackpad, seen in the middle of the device, instead of the trackball we have on the Nexus One here.
Coming earlier in the month, on Feb. 4, is the LG InTouch Max, which we've come to know as the LG GW620, sporting a 3-inch touchscreen, slider QWERTY keyboard and 5MP camera with face recognition. [via Omio.com]
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