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T-Mobile HTC HD2
Take a look at T-Mobile’s latest toy, the HTC HD2.
Boasting a 4.3-inch high-resolution display, the newest member to the T-Mobile family is packed with multimedia features that will whet the appetite of casual and hardcore tech geeks, alike. Equipped with T-Mobile’s 3G network and along with a 1GHz Snapdragon processor from the good folks at Qualcomm, the HTC HD2 produces mobile data at rapid speed. This is also the first mobile, functioning on Windows Mobile 6.5 operating system, with HTC Sense, which T-Mobile describes as a, “design experience, an architecture that is all about how people use the device, making their content personal to how they use the device.”
This phone also has applications galore. Even though the TeleNav GPS Navigator, Mobile Web Browser and 5 megapixel camera are aces in our book, notable apps like Barnes & Noble eReader (which allows avid readers to view a million-plus eBooks) and Blockbuster on Demand (the first ever video download application for a smartphone) really has us stoked.
Check out more sweet features below…
-Barnes & Noble eReader application for downloading and viewing more than a million eBooks, newspapers, magazines and your Barnes & Noble digital library everywhere you go
-BLOCKBUSTER on DemandÂ® application, BLOCKBUSTERâ€™s first-ever video download application on a smartphone
-MobiTV mobile application offers customers access to live and on-demand TV on their phone
-Paramount Picturesâ€™ popular films â€œTransformersâ€ and â€œTransformers: Revenge of the Fallenâ€ preloaded on the deviceâ€™s memory card
-Gogo Inflight Internet offers up to six months of free in-flight Wi-Fi access on their device
*A blazing-fast 1GHz Snapdragon by Qualcomm processor
*GPS functionality with access to turn-by-turn navigation from TeleNav GPS Navigator
*5 megapixel autofocus camera with digital zoom and dual LED flash for capturing images and high-quality video
*A music player and pre-installed 16GB microSD
*Music player that supports FM radio, MP3, AAC, AAC+, eAAC+, WMA, MPEG4, WAV and MIDI
*Built-in 3.5mm headphone jack and micro USB
*Stereo Bluetooth 2.1/A2DP
*Windows Mobile 6.5 with HTC Sense
*Easy access to personal and corporate e-mail including support for Microsoft Exchange, AOLÂ®, Gmailâ„¢ and most other POP3 and IMAP e-mail services
*Instant messaging support for AOLÂ®, Google Talkâ„¢, Yahoo! MessengerÂ® and Windows Live Messenger
*Voice recognition, voice dialing and speakerphone
*High-resolution, 4.3â€ capacitive touch display â€” the largest touch screen on a smartphone in the U.S.
*Dimensions: 4.74â€ x 2.64â€ x 0.43â€; Display: 4.3â€; Weight: 5.54 ounces
*Talk time: up to 6.33 hours; Standby time: up to 490 hours
*Built-in support for T-Mobile’s 3G (HSPA) and EDGE network, as well as Wi-Fi
*Quad-band GSM/GPRS/EDGE world phone: (850/900/1800/1900 MHz)
*Dual-band UMTS/HSPA (Bands I & IV) and Wi-Fi enabled (802.11 b/g)
The HTC HD2 will be released exclusively for T-Mobile this spring season. Check for more information here.
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