HTC HD2 With Windows Mobile 6.5 Launched by T-Mobile USA

17 Feb 2010 | HTC , MWC , Microsoft , Smartphone | 2 comments


During a press conference at the 2010 Mobile World Congress, T-Mobile has announced the upcoming availability of the HTC HD2 Windows Mobile 6.5 smartphone. This isn't news to anyone that has been following the HD2. Last month HTC decided to raise some of the specs of the device before the US launch.

The HTC HD2 is the first Windows phone with HTC Sense and it comes equipped with a high-resolution 4.3-inch capacitive touchscreen, a 1GHz Snapdragon Qualcomm processor, 5 megapixel camera with autofocus and dual LED flash. Other features include GPS functionality with turn-by-turn navigation from TeleNav GPS Navigator, a Web browser, a pre-installed 16 GB microSD card and support for T-Mobile's high-speed 3G network.

T-Mobile is expected to launch the HTC HD2 this spring for an unknown price.

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by dumbarticle on Feb 17, 2010

If it was launched than it will be available for purchase which it isn't it really isn't launched yet genuises.

by David on Feb 19, 2010

This phone is Simply Awesome, all phones should bow down. We will see better phones than this but not for a while. Capacitive Touch Screeen, 800 x 480 resolution, 5MP camera w/ Dual LED Flash. Windows 6.5 is the professional software backbone that drives the phone, and HTC Sense is the GUI that gives novice phone users and expert phone users alike complete control over the device. Nice of T mo to give a 16GB sd card included. Granted, this phone should be available for more than Tmobile. I feel like it's the I phone all over again. The size of the screen on this is dynamic, and like the HTC TP 2, I am sure this phone will do video out for both entertainment and business presentations. I almost hate to make a criticism, but if I could change one thing other than I want it available for Sprint, Verizon, and AT&T it would be to have 2 Micro SD Slots so we can double up on storage capacity.