HTC HD2 Officially Announced for Europe and Asia, Comes to US in Early 2010

Written By Sam on 4 November 2009

HTC has announced about the availability of its latest HTC HD2 running on Windows Mobile 6.5 in Europe and Asia. HTC HD2 would be available in the United States with a major US carrier in early 2010. HTC HD2 is the first Windows phone with HTC Sense. HTC HD2 has a 4.3′ pixel-packed display. HD2 has got the world’s first capacitive touch technology on a Windows phone along with Qualcomm’s 1 GHz processing power.


HTC HD2 Specifications & Features

  • Size and Weight: 2.64’x4.4’x0.4′ and weighs 157 grams (5.54 ounces) with battery
  • Processor: Qualcomm MSM 8250, 1GHz Snapdragon processor
  • Memory: ROM: 512 MB RAM: 448 MB and Supports microSD memory card
  • Display: 4.3′ 480×800 WVGA resolution, 65K-color and Capacitive touch screen
  • Operating System: Windows Mobile 6.5 Professional With HTC Sense UI
  • Camera: 5 megapixel color camera, Auto focus and Dual LED flashlight
  • Sensors: G-Sensor, Proximity sensor and Ambient light sensor
  • Social Networking: Facebook integration, Sharing photos on Facebook and Twitter, Sharing videos on YouTube, HTC Peep for twittering
  • Tethering: Internet Sharing through USB or Bluetooth and Wi-Fi Router

HTC HD2 is now shipped in many countries of Europe. It will be available in Taiwan from mid-November and in rest of Asia from the end of this month. The pricing of HTC HD2 is not yet announced.

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One Response to “HTC HD2 Officially Announced for Europe and Asia, Comes to US in Early 2010”

  1. coolfx35 says:

    My name is Lorin and I’m an owner of a 2 months old HTC Touch Pro 2 and I’m thinking of getting the HD2 this week or the beginning of the next week.
    I’ll keep both phone because i like to have a physical keyboard but i want that huge screen and that speedy processor

    Anyway, i looked on xda and for solutions to all the issues mentioned in reviews and by users and i found everything except one thing.

    In this review ( watch?v=vXV_-BUpLy4 , min 13:30, the embedded video breaks the post), Trent says the speaker quality is really bad when the volume is at the maximum value.

    I want to ask you guys if you have the same experience because this would definitely be a no go for me. I mean, the speakers on the TP2 are just amazing… and i know i can’t get that on the HD2 but what i hear in the review is simply bad.

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