By October 17, 2009

HTC HD2 – You may want to put this date in your diary!

Our good friends at Clove have told us of a rather special date we should all remember. Wednesday 11th November sees the release date of the HTC HD2!



Fingers crossed HTC can deliver on time as this is one device I have been eager to get my hands on for a while now.

If you are not aware of the spec of the device here’s a quick rundown on the best bits:

  • Windows Mobile 6.5
  • Sense UI
  • Qualcomm Snapdragon 1 GHz Processor
  • 480×800 Capacitive Display
  • Multi Touch Support
  • Accelerometer
  • 448 MB Ram
  • 512 MB Rom
  • Wi-Fi
  • 5MP Camera with autofocus and LED Flash
  • HTC Peep/HTC Footprints
  • 3.5mm Headphone Jack

If you have not seen the size of the handset be warned, it’s a beast!


HD2 Dimensions


The HD2 is pretty much the same size as the Toshiba TG10 (although HD2 has a slightly bigger screen) which Orange have been selling here in the UK for a while now. The HD2, in my opinion, will run smoother than the TG01 which was launched with WinMo 6.1 but is eligible for the 6.5 rom upgrade.

If you are thinking of getting the HD2 then SuperEtrader have got a great deal on at the moment with some accessories thrown in for free. Click here to see the page.  Devicewire have also got the HD2 coming on the 11th. You get get it from them for ONLY £499.00!

As soon as we can get our hands on the HD2 we will have an unboxing video followed by the full review. Now, as I have a slight suspicion that the review may be quite popular we are offering followers of our forum the opportunity to send us there HD2 questions in advance. This way I can answer them in the review or if I cant answer I will “phone a friend”.

So please feel free to either post your questions here or alternatively you can post them under the HTC HD2 unboxing video coming soon.



Posted by: James

Posted in: Rumours

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