HTC HD2 Exclusive Review
By on January 21st, 2010

HTC HD2 is an amazing touchscreen phone from HTC Corporation. This device runs on a 1 GHz Snapdragon processor and  Windows Mobile  6.5 OS. Last month we posted a review of HTC HD2, now we would like to share an excellent review of this device by our friends at TechKnots.

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HTC HD2 runs on Windows Mobile 6.5 powered by a 1 GHz Snapdragon processor. It comes with 4.3-inch TFT capacitive touch display, 512 MB ROM, 448 MB RAM, EDGE, 3G, Windows Media Player, Digital compass, Pocket Office, HTC Peep, HTC Footprints, Facebook and Twitter integration, A-GPS and an excellent 5 mega-pixel camera with autofocus and dual LED flash.

“The HTC HD2 is for sure a champion. There’s simply no device out there that can beat its hardware. The 1 GHz processor, the great amount of ram, the 4.3capacitive touchscreen, great build quality and a very well done Sense interface makes this device my first choice. The mix of the capacitive touchscreen and the flexibility of Windows Mobile is fantastic.”

Check out the full review of HTC HD2 here.

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  • http://unitechy.com Apurva Chaudhary

    Thanks for the Mention :)

  • kasam.haji.

    toff in communition world over.

  • Stephen Quirk

    Before buying a HTC HD2, I recommend searching the internet about bugs related to this handset. Learn what the bugs are, and if they will affect the work you will do with the handset, or not.

    The HTC HD2 is OK for surfing the net using Opera. But anyone wanting to use Windows Mobile applications should research whether or not they work with the capacitive screen of the HD2. Most Windows Mobile applications have been designed for a stylus pen, and many require a stylus on a resisitve screen to work,

 
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