Thursday, 4 February 2010

T-Mobile HTC HD2 Now Available For Free HTC HD2 Launches in T-Mobile Stores Following Vodafone & O2 Release

The Brits already know that the HTC HD2 has been selling for a while on
O2 and Vodafone, what they may not know is that T-Mobile officially
unveiled the Windows smartphone, today. The third carrier to sell the
handset in the UK, T-Mobile is going to offer the Snapdragon-based HD2
for free if you sign a two year contract that will cost you pound
sterling35 ($58) per month — much less than what O2 is charging
their customers.
For those who can't remember it, the new HTC HD2 boasts a large 4.3-inch
WVGA capacitive touchscreen display with multitouch support, a
5-megapixel autofocus camera with autofocus and LED flash, and runs
Windows Mobile 6.5 — and word is that when out, a free upgrade to
Windows Mobile 7 will be offered. There's also the already standard
Bluetooth 2.1 and Wi-Fi (b/g) connectivity, a Micro-USB port, built-in
GPS, a USB 2.0 High-Speed client and a 3.5 mm stereo audio jack with mic.
On top of these all, the new T-Mobile HTC HD2 allows you access to
hundreds of apps in the Windows Marketplace and allows you to sync all
your phone stuff to the web for free using the new My Phone backup service.
Not a bad deal, eh?
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