HTC have launched today a new Android full touchscreen which will soon and only be hitting the European market in November. Its not a groundbreaking device but rather a neat, small and compact mobile with adequate hardware on board. It will be relatively thin (11.7 mm) and lightweight (115 g), running on Android 2.2 (Froyo) along side HTC Sense, the Gratia will have a 3.2-inch 320 x 480 touchscreen display, and will include a 600Mhz processor, 512MB ROM and 384MB RAM, and has a 5 megapixel camera on the back, with a VGA cam on the front there.
Its got the usual connectivity features too, bluetooth, WiFi, a g-sensor, digital compass, proximity sensor, ambient light sensor, and microSD card slot. What’s different is that HTC looks to roll out up to three different colours for the mobile, rather unusual for the Taiwanese firm, but its most welcomed and feels abit like when Apple rolls out iPods (except they produce +10 colours), we’d love to see HTC do more in the way of colours.

With Windows Phone 7 interest already waning as punters realise that the operating system offers nothing more than Apple's IOS or Google's Android, HTC decided it would be a good time to release the Gratia, a pint-sized Android 2.2 phone. In fact the Gratia looks to be almost identical to the Aria, an HTC smartphone that's being sold in the US by AT&T.
The Gratia runs the latest version of the Android OS and is skinned with HTC's Sense user interface. Curiously HTC is being cagey with the Gratia's specifications, mentioning only that it has a 5 megapixel autofocus camera and soft edges. The device is four inches long and weighs 115g.
There's no word on the processor, memory or screen size, but going by its identical American brother, a 600MHz processor powers the Gratia and the display is a 3.2-inch affair with a rather disappointing resolution of 480x320. There's 384MB of RAM and 512MB of ROM, with a microSD slot for data storage.