I think HTC really feels bad for Windows Mobile. There was a time when they were big fans of the OS, but that was…er..2004. And since Microsoft believes in “old is gold” and HTC probably doesn’t, the roadmap ahead for the Taiwanese manufacturer changes drastically. Of the eight phones to be released in 2010, five will run on Android. Out of the lot, the Bravo will be a high-end device that would be the first Android phone capable of 720p DivX playback and will also feature a VGA AMOLED touchscreen.
Although Windows Mobile 7 is scheduled to show up sometime in mid of 2010, it may be too late for the Redmond giant to cope up with the delay.