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The HTC HD2 — codenamed Leo — is a Windows Mobile 6.5 based smartphone released onto T-Mobile’s 3G networks in early 2010.

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Pros

amazingly well designed interface - feels like it's not a Windows based device

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packs a next-gen 1GHz snapdragon CPU

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massive high resolution (480 x 800px) 4.3-inch touchscreen display

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microSD storage expansion

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decreases the volume of the ringer once the phone has been picked up

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3.5mm headphone jack

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WiFi

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very slim and sexy design

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multi-tasking capable

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comes with HTC's ever improving Sense Experience UI

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HSDPA 7.2mbps download speeds

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5MP autofocus camera with dual LED flash

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Opera Mobile browser

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fast shortcuts to phone applications / features on the home screen

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Amazing support from http://www.xda-developers.com

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Integrated GPS

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Swype keyboard can be downloaded and installed

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Full Outlook / Google Sync / Microsoft Exchange email support (push)

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Makes phone calls

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Has a wifi router

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Magnetic Compass

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16 GB micro-SD card included with US T-mobile version

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A wide range of amazing custom ROMS is available for the device.

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Its RAW. And you can switch it to android with a little install.

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Proximity sensors and Accelerometer

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you can use up to 32GB mini sd card.

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you can buy a extended battery at 2300MHA wich will give you almost 2 times the standard battery life. can last hours of internet usage at full brightness of screen can purchace on ebay for $60 bucks.

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Cons

Windows Mobile based

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slightly larger than the iPhone (which is already quite large)

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Only comes with 2gb standard micro sdhc

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no QWERTY keyboard

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no internal storage

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will not see a Windows Phone 7 Series update

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Texting application becomes extremely slow when you have a large amount of texts stored.

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Short battery life

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Poor battery cover - will work loose if removed too much

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Quality of apps available is poor compared to the Android or iOS platform

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extended battery might not be good for you if you dont want to make your phone look bigger. but extended 2300mha battery comes with battery cover with built in kick stand.

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get stuck alot,, so ull have to restart every day

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has severe freezing problems that cant really be fixed unless you replace it by sending it back to the factory and having them replace it with a refurbished model that has repased htc quality control

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weight much

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very difficult to text unlike iphone

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screen is overly sensitive, making it difficult to SMS

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The HTC HD2 — codenamed Leo — is a Windows Mobile 6.5 based smartphone released onto T-Mobile’s 3G networks in early 2010. It features a 4.3” WVGA capacitive touchscreen and a 1GHz Snapdragon processor. Included is HTC Sense, a smartphone functionality that allows a user to lace their home screen with shortcuts to whatever essentials they need immediate access to: mail, calendar, messaging, browser, favorite websites, or a downloaded application. This allows the phone operation to be snappy — meaning less wasted time combing through endless menus — and more multitasking friendly. And like the iPhone 3GS (its latest competitor), the HD2 allows users to scroll, zoom in/out, and flip through web-pages with just their finger. Additional features include a 5MP camera with autofocus and dual LED flash (which is better than the iPhone), Geo-Tagging, and three virtual keyboard options: full QWERTY, compact QWERTY, or standard 12-key phone keypad. The device will be introduced on March 24th in the US on T-Mobile for $449 off contract or $199 on a 2-year contract.

Additional Information

The HD2’s predecessor is the HTC Touch HD, which sported a smaller 3.5" TFT capacitive touch screen with a 320x480 resolution display. Most notable about the HD2 is that it can be used to replace a conventional automobile GPS system.

Features
  • RELEASED IN EUROPE (2009)
  • RELEASED IN US (2010)
  • Windows Mobile 6.5 Smartphone
  • WVGA Capacitive Touchscreen
  • Snapdragon Processor
  • HTC Sense Technology
  • Finger Navigation
  • 5MP Camera
  • Virtual Keyboard
  • Geo-Tagging
  • Digital Compass
  • NaviPanel 
Specifications
  • Basic Information

    • Display Type: Capacitive Touch Screen
    • Resolution: 480x800 WVGA
    • ROM: 512MB
    • RAM: 448MB
    • Camera: 5MP
    • Connectors: 3.5mm stereo; micro-USB
    • Expansion: microSD (2.0 Compatible)
    • Audio supported formats: .aac, .amr, .m4a, .mid, .mp3, .mp4, .qcp, .wav, .wma
    • Video supported formats: .wmv, .asf, .mp4, .3gp, .3g2, .m4v, .avi
    • Weight: 156g w/Battery
    • Standards 

  • Network Bands
    • Europe/Asia: GSPA/WCDMA: 900/2100MHz
    • Europe/Asia: GSM: 850/950/1800/1900MHz
  • Internet
    • Browser: Opera Mobile
    • 3G: up to 7.2Mbps DL; 2Mbps UP
    • GPRS: up to 114kbps DL
    • EDGE: up to 560kbps DL
    • Wi-Fi: IEEE 802.11b/g
  • Power/Battery
    • Type: Rechargeable Lithium-ion Battery
    • Capacity: 1230 mAh
    • Talk Time: WCDMA - 320mins; GSM - 380mins
    • Standby Time: WCDMA - 390hrs; GSM - 490hrs
    • Video Playback: 8hrs
    • Audio Playback: 12hrs
  • Bluetooth
    • Version: 2.1+EDR
    • Supported Profiles: A2DP, AVRCP, BIP, BPP, DUN, FTP, GAP, GOEP, HFP, HID, HSP, OPP, PAN, PBAP, SAP, SPP
  • Multimedia
    • Windows Media® Player
    • Albums
    • Pictures & Videos
    • FM Radio
  • Social Networking
    • Facebook™ integration
    • Sharing photos on Facebook and Twitter
    • Sharing videos on YouTube™
    • HTC Peep™ for twittering
  • Recommended Window System Requirements
    • Windows XP or Windows Vista®
    • Microsoft® ActiveSync® 4.5 for Windows XP
    • Microsoft® Windows Mobile Device Center 6.1 for Windows Vista
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