Printed from http://www.electronista.com

HTC Touch HD2 coming to T-Mobile UK in November

updated 04:10 pm EST, Mon November 2, 2009

WM 6.5 HD2 with multi-touch screen coming to T-Mo

T-Mobile UK has put up a product page for the HTC Touch HD2 handset, revealing it will be out sometime this month. The device is the first Windows Mobile (6.5) smartphone to use a capacitive multi-input touchscreen. T-Mobile UK site visitors get the option to register and receive updates regarding the device.

In the US, the Touch HD2 is still expected to ship sometime early next year. Despite the teaser page, no prices for the phone at T-Mobile UK have been revealed. Also, the teaser page shows the original HTC Touch HD and not its successor, but this is likely to be a mistake on T-Mobile's part. At the same time, the page says users will be able to download applications from the Android Marketplace, mistakenly indicating the HD2 will run on Google's Android operating system.

Specs of the HD2 include a 4.3-inch touchscreen (T-Mobile lists the 3.8-inch touchscreen of the Touch HD) with 480x800 resolution, a 5-megapixel camera with dual LED flash and autofocus, as well as an accelerometer and 3.5mm audio jack. A GPS sensor is built-in, as is Bluetooth 2.1 with EDR functionality. The device also promises to be the first non-Android HTC phone to use the Sense UI and lets users customize the home screen with frequently used apps or websites. [via WMPowerUser]








By Electronista Staff
toggle

Comments

Login Here

Not a member of the MacNN forums? Register now for free.

toggle

Network Headlines

toggle

Most Popular

Sponsor

Recent Reviews

Logitech Hyperion Fury mouse

Selecting the correct gaming mouse comes down to finding a device that balances the needs of a user with a price they can afford. Ofte ...

Life n Soul BM211 Bluetooth speaker

Bluetooth speakers aren't only for listening to some music at the park or on a long bus ride, but can also be built with tablets in mi ...

Epson PowerLite Home Cinema 2030 projector

With high-definition televisions now the standard, 4K televisions becoming the next big thing, and plasma TVs going the way of the din ...

Sponsor

toggle

Most Commented

 
toggle

Popular News