One of the first live images of the HTC Bravo that we’ve seen has emerged, showing the upcoming 1GHz Snapdragon Android smartphone running the HTC Sense UI.  Discovered over at Omio, the word over there is that the Bravo will hit T-Mobile.

That’s interesting, because the Bravo – which may not be the final production name – has largely the same specifications as the Google Nexus One, also available on T-Mobile in the USA: a 3.7-inch capacitive touchscreen, HSDPA/HSUPA, WiFi and a 5-megapixel autofocus camera.  The biggest difference looks set to be the GUI – Sense on the Bravo versus pure Android on the Nexus One – and the newer handset’s optical trackpad that replaces the older phone’s trackball.