|HTC HD2 is a quad-band PPC phone with 4.3 inch WVGA capacitive touch screen, 1 GHz processor, 5MP camera, GPS, Wi-Fi and Windows Mobile 6.5 Professional.|
Customer Reviews of HTC HD2 Unlocked SmartPhone with Touch Screen, 5MP Camera, GPS, Wi-Fi and Windows Mobile 6.5 Professional
its a nice product loved it
this is a good product
Not just the finest Windows Mobile phone ever made, but in shape and form a sign of things to come on every platform Love: 4.3-inch screen is beyond lavish Capacitive technology means typing is easy Despite its size, it's still super thin ... Hate: Would have been even better with Android With an epic 4.3-inch screen and Usain Boltish 1GHz processor, the HTC HD2 isn't just the most powerful Windows Mobile phone ever.
one of the best HTC series phone5/18/2012
The 1ghz Snapdragon processor coupled with 448mb of ram is blazing fast. This is the fastest speed in a phone currently available. The HD2 loads everything quickly, and can run multiple apps at the same time. You can feel how fast the phone runs by playing with it for a few minutes. Gone are the sluggish Windows Phones of old, constantly running out of memory and crashing. The HD2 is fast and has top notch hardware and you can feel it.
So keep it in mind and be careful ;) I hope there will be a way to protect it somehow. The phone is bigger than I expected - it's exactly the size of 12oz beer can (you can hide one behind the phone). The sound level and quality in conversations is excellent. Also, my Highlander hands-free connects very quickly with good sound level. So far I did not have chance to use built-in GPS. I don't expect anything special comparing to other similar phones.
First of all, it is really fast. The 1GHz processor does it's job. The screen resolution is high and the screen size is big enough to surf the web with comfort. HTC shell is something new to me but getting used to it. Cannot say that I'm impressed with the still picture quality but video recording is relatively good. There is no button for shutter so you always have to click on the screen to take picture - not convenient. I need to charge my phone every second day - that definitely exceeded my expectations, taking into consideration fast processor and big hi-res screen. The screen uses almost full width of the body, which sometimes causes unexpected clicks when I grab the phone (slowly getting used to it). When browsing e-mails the shell has button "reply to all" on the left side and when you click it, it changes to "send". One time I grabbed the phone and it replied to all and sent an empty message to a huge distribution list. So keep it in mind and be careful ;) I hope there will be a way to protect it somehow. The phone is bigger than I expected - it's exactly the size of 12oz beer can (you can hide one behind the phone). The sound level and quality in conversations is excellent. Also, my Highlander hands-free connects very quickly with good sound level. So far I did not have chance to use built-in GPS. I don't expect anything special comparing to other similar phones. It does not have a stylus. If you turn the phone, full size keyboard is big enough but.. I think I will get a stylus. At least you need one, when you surf Internet
I have the nexus one. I bought this for the bigger screen,the 8 mp camera and Gps map availability without internet.What a difference to the nexus. Its just not only the screen size, but the response to touch is much better as well. The HTC sense makes a big difference over the stock android that nexus has to offer.Small things like news app,facebook app,email app also make life easier. Over time I have used the Sony X 10, HTC desire ,iphone. This wins by a big margin.Definitely a buy if you are looking for an unlocked Android smartphone.