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Large screen, sleek design
Huge 4.3inch touch screen, Fast 1GHz processor, Great entertainment apps, Powerful 5megapixel camera.
Large, beautiful 4.3-inch 480 x 800 pixel LCD, High-end multimedia capabilities including FM radio, Superb 5-megapixel camera with dual-LED flash, Responsive 1GHz Snapdragon processor, 16GB microSD card preinstalled, Respectable battery life.
Capacitive touch on Windows Mobile, Sense UI is deeply integrated, Hardware is thin, gorgeous, and made from quality materials, Snapdragon is fast, Multitouch is smoothly implemented, Huge screen is beautiful and crisp, 16GB Micro SD included, Transformer
Largest smartphone screen on the market, lightning-fast processor, 5 megapixel camera
A screen that screams, "Watch something awesome on me!" Body of an SI swimsuit model. Easy to navigate user interface, and fancy interactive wallpaper.
Goregeous design, huge high res capacitive display.
Stunning 4.3inch display, Fantastic multimedia capabilities.
Intuitive Sense interface, Large multitouch display, Sleek and sturdy design, Sharp 5-MP camera and smooth VGA camcorder, Preloaded eBook and movie download apps
The HTC HD2 boasts a gorgeous 4.3-inch capacitive touch screen, and T-Mobile preloads the smartphone with a ton of entertainment extras to take advantage of its display and 1GHz processor. The phone's 5-megapixel camera takes excellent pictures, and i
Stunning screen. Spectacular video playback. Fast CPU. Smooth HTC Sense interface layer. Slim design feels expensive.
Awesome screen, phenomenal design and attention to detail, scintillating performance
Very Good Looking, Huge Screen, WiFi, GPS & 3G support, Capacitive Screen, Fluid & Smooth UI, Very Good Music Playback
Spectacular display, good touch sensitivity, excellent design, 1GHz Snapdragon processor, superb HTC Sense UI, feature rich
Well designed, Very easy, intuitive and fluid UI, Plenty of connectivity options, Social networking integrated, Camera is decent
Excellent display quality, good connectivity, brilliant interface.
Gorgeous, massive screen. Slick and powerful interface. Great music player. Nice build
The largest mobile screen to date, the 4.3-inch high definition display simply sparkles and enhances the web, media and mapping experience....
Excellent 4.3-inch capacitive display; 3.5mm audio port; good speakerphone; acts as a Wi-Fi hotspot for sharing your data connection; great browsing experience with multitouch; extremely responsive thanks to processor and RAM.
The largest screen on a cell phone ever, Windows Mobile with capacitive screen, Sociallyoriented Sense interface, Super hardware – super performance
Big Screen, HTC Sense UI, Capacitive Touchscreen, Surprisingly slim, Loud Speaker, 3.5mm audio port, Extremely responsive
Image quality, Windows OS
Dated user interface, Limited apps, Short battery life
Windows Mobile 6.5 Professional OS, Slow Web browsing, Reflective display, No dedicated camera shutter release button, Heavy
Sense UI has some bugs, Poor speakerphone, No kickstand for watching movies, No Straight Talk conference calling features, Voice Command does not announce caller names via Bluetooth, HTC Messaging app is incompatible with Voice Command, HTC's Twitter
Won't run Microsoft's upcoming Windows Phone 7 operating system; dearth of applications
Came loaded with WinMo 6.5 what is this, 2009? Jumpy touchscreen and a camera that overpromises and underdelivers.
Battery life is soso.
Runs nowoutdated Windows Mobile 6.5, Performance can be sluggish
Performance bogs down with multiple apps open, Lackluster touch keyboard, Spotty, inconsistent 3G coverage, Not upgradeable to Windows Phone 7
The HD2 is clunky and big. It runs Windows Mobile 6.5. We also experienced data connection issues and the smartphone felt more sluggish compared with the unlocked version.
Menus and dialogs can be difficult. Not upgradable to Windows Phone 7 Series. Battery life could be longer.
Software is a bit Buggy, Expensive, Average Camera, Could Be Unweildy Due to its Size
Too big to carry around comfortably, outdated Windows Mobile OS, average camera quality, unimpressive battery life, mono loudspeaker
Video player doesn't support DivX/XviD and has no 'Resume' feature, No TV Out
Bulky, expensive, average camera quality.
Big. Occasionally leads you down a dark alley into WinMo land. Lacklustre camera
HTC should hold its heads in shame at not including a memory card of any description to make up for the miserly 448MB of on-board memory.Look and Feel...
Large size not for everyone; HTC Task Manager app not included; no front camera for video calls; HTC Sense can't hide every single WM page; poor battery life.
Mediocre incall quality, Lacks integrated support for DivX and Xvid, The boxed headset could have been better, Snapshots lack enough details
Poor sunlight legibility, No dedicated camera key and no lens cover, No secondary videocall camera, No voice dialing, No handwriting recognition
By What Digital Camera on October 13, 2010
HTC ND2 key specs:Camera: 5MP AF w/ LED flashProcessor: 1GHz SnapdragonDisplay: 4.3in TFT, 480 x 800pixelsMemory: 448GB, MicroSD expansionDimensions: 59 x 113.5 x 12.9mm, 135gHTC ND2 camera phone reviewWhen Apple stole the show with the iPhone, HTC...
By ConsumerSearch on July 01, 2010
HD2 stands out with huge display and multimedia features "It feels strange to bestow the Editors' Choice award for T-Mobile smartphones on a device with an obsolete OS and a fading third-party app market," says Jamie Lendino at PCMag.com of the...
By infoSync World on June 02, 2010
It's hard to believe that the HTC HD2 for T-Mobile is a Windows phone. First off, take a look at its prodigious touch-screen LCD, which suggests that the HD2 is geared to be a multimedia powerhouse in addition to a productivity machine. The phone...
By Digital Trends on May 21, 2010
HTC’s 4.3-inch behemoth proves bigger really is better – until you weave Windows Mobile 6.5 into the...
By Dev Hardware on May 19, 2010
The HTC HD2 is a smartphone that is ideal for fans of multimedia. Its large touch screen and host of entertainment features make it a great pick for those who demand more from their phone.The HD2 is available for T-Mobile users and costs $200 after...
By G4tv.com on May 10, 2010
Video Review: With a 5 megapixel camera and a massive 4.3" multi-touch display, the HTC HD2 allows users to customize every aspect of its interface. Kevin Pereira and Olivia Munn review its 16 gigs of storage and special features, all for $100 with a...
By MobilesRoom on May 08, 2010
Retailing at about $500 (without contracts), the HD2 from HTC is the best WinMO smartphone that money can buy at the moment. But that doesn’t stop us from thinking that it would have done so much more had it been running Android. But that...
By GadgetRepublic on April 22, 2010
The Windows smart phone has received a makeover in the form of the HD2 - a whopping great handset with a mammoth screen and HTC's slick Sense interface.It's big ... The HD2 is the latest Windows Mobile handset from HTC. The first thing that...
By Pocketnow on April 19, 2010
Let's look at the T-Mobile HD2 in summary... For $200 you get the best Windows Phone to date, with a beautiful large multitouch screen, extremely fast processor, tons of RAM, 17Gb of storage, 5Mp camera w/ bright flash, full web browsing with...
By HEXUS.net on April 16, 2010
On the whole, the HTC HD2 feels like a great handset slightly let-down by using a creaking OS. HTC has done a great job of trying to paper-over the cracks with Sense, and the HD2 is a whole order of magnitude better than our old TyTN II, but it's...
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