And imagine what a big splash this beautiful phone could have made just a few months ago. As it is now, Microsoft has already announced Windows Phone and said, several times, that HD2 owners will not be able to upgrade. So that's sort of the definition of "deflating" when it comes to smart phones, and I have to think it really tempers the HD2's US launch. Alas, here it is. I can't imagine many people are going to bother.
The HTC HD2 exclusively from T-Mobile
Be one of the first to own the ultimate smart phone in mobile entertainment.
- Read books on the largest Smartphone screen on the market.
- Multitask more easily while watching TV and movies with
the fastest processor available.
- Stream music and play the hottest games.
- Barnes & Noble eReader
- Movies on Demand from BLOCKBUSTER
- Guitar Hero
- Transformers and Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen
- Gogo Inflight Internet
- HTC Sense
- Windows Mobile 6.5
- 4.3-inch screen
- "Pinch to zoom" web browsing
- Email, calendar and contact management
- Voice Command
It's a great looking phone, it really is. And you have to see it in person to appreciate the size of its screen and the thinness of the overall time. But too little too late? Oh yeah.