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HTC HD2 coming to T-Mobile?

updated 10:20 pm EDT, Wed October 14, 2009

Developer has yet to receive response from Apple

HTC's upcoming HD2 smartphone has been spotted on T-Mobile internal documents, according to TmoNews. The recently announced handset, marking HTC's latest flagship, will ship with Windows Mobile 6.5 and a capacitive 800x480 touchscreen. Internally, the device sports a 1GHz Snapdragon processor, 448MB of RAM, and 7.2Mb/s HSPA connectivity.

The company claims the HD2 will ship sometime later this month, like starting with O2 UK and eventually other carriers such as T-Mobile UK. Fine print on the leaked document describe it as "confidential and proprietary information of T-Mobile USA," although further details, including pricing and potential launch dates, remain unknown.



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  1. Constable Odo

    Fresh-Faced Recruit

    Joined: Aug 2007

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    I'm curious to see how well it sells...

    considering it's going to be running that Windows Mobile stuff that nearly every company seems to be avoiding like a plague. The HD2 seems to have a lot of nice hardware but HTC sales have been hit pretty hard even though their devices are pretty well spec'ed. It sure has got a huge screen.

  1. jreades

    Junior Member

    Joined: Feb 1999

    -1

    When's the Android version?

    Having used WinMo on an HTC Touch Plus for a bit all I can say is: never again.

    I actually do like the HTC phones but will never get another one running Windows.

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