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HTC HD2 delivers an experience your senses have been waiting for. The unprecedented 4.3-inch pixel-packed display is stunning. The world's first capacitive touch technology on a Windows phone along wit...

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“The Fantastic HTC HD2”

published 04/06/2010

Massive clear screen, tons of apps, hacks and twea...

On heavy usage only one day from the battery, a fe...

The HD2 is my first HTC device, but certainly not my first touch device or Windows Mobile device; It wont be my last HTC device but I doubt I would go much bigger for the screen size, I think 4.3" is plenty big enough for when it comes to a phone!! The HD2 operates on Windows Mobile 6.5, which is...

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Excellent

So many features, huge screen, speedy processor

Battery life a tad low and camera not the greatest

I have been after a decent smartphone for some time and was contemplating an I-Phone, hiowever as soon as this little number showed up I knew I wanted it. Read on to discover why! The Looks Slightly wider and longer than the I-Phone this phone is actually a little shallower and fits nicely in the...

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“HTC HD2 Windows Smart Phone”

published 14/09/2010

Large screen, amazing camera, good internet browsi...

Poor app store, glitchy touch screen, poor experie...

Depending on what you’re looking for in a handset, the HTC HD2 may or may not be what you’re looking for. The HD2 is a bit of a mixed bag, provided you buy it for the right reasons then it could be the handset for you. I took the HD2 as my last upgrade because I wanted a handset that would let me...

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Excellent

Looks great, loads of applications, good on board ...

A few bugs until you install the hotfixes, battery...

For a Sony Ericsson 'fan-boy', I certainly didn't think that I would ever defect to another manufacturer. However, when my flatmate got the HD2, even though I had very few chances to check it out, I fell in love. The HD2 is my first HTC device. However, certainly not my first touch device or...

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“The many faces of the HD2”

published 18/09/2011

Comes with Windows Mobile 6.5 installed

That Windows Mobile 6.5 problem can be rectified

HTC's HD2 handset is such an amazing handset. Although it has a couple of annoyances, it is a phone that just cannot be ignored. There have been many phones released after it, successors and rival phones to its successors, but in the end, the HTC HD2 is the endearing phone of the heap. How is it...

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Good

Big screen, good build and 1GHz processor

Battery life, & worst of all, Windows 6.5

This is my current phone and my feelings towards it is very much mixed. I hope this may be of some help to those who are considering buying this phone. I've purchased this phone in March 2010, which is around 5 months after it's release in November 2009. At that time I had Nokia N97 (which was...

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Excellent

Email, messaging, internet, facebook integration, ...

Battery life and thirst for 3G/Wi-Fi bandwidth.

I got my HTC HD2 on contract with Orange through Phones4U a short while ago. Before deciding to get this phone I read a lot of reviews to help make an informed decision. Although I love my gadgets and computers etc. I really couldn't give a monkeys about this whole Apple vs Windows vs Android...

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Super

Large wonderful screen, Really thin, shap-size-col...

Call functions suck, a bit sluggish, tends to hang...

The HTC HD2 is a wonderful media device. I've had mine for almost a year now. Only once i sent it back to vodaphone to upgrade the firmware, did it make sense to actually spend the £150 for the phone (plus a 2 year contract of £15 a month for 60 mins talktime, 250 msgs & unlimited internet). At...

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“HTC HD2: Such a shame”

published 06/02/2010

Beautiful, packed with everything you'll need in a...

short alarm tones, MP3 alarm option not available,...

The HTC HD2 is well worth the wait, and the investment. For a phone of such startling size, it fits remarkably well into pockets, and even the small-handed seem comfortably able to use it. The device itself is stunning; at 4.3 inches, it has one of the biggest touchscreens on the market, and this...

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Super

Beautiful phone, good call quality and awesome tou...

Let down by buggy Windows Mobile Software

The HD2 is in my opinion one of the best looking phones on the market, it is slim, sleak, and is made from high quality materials (certain parts are brusged metal). The whopping 4.3 inch screen is just down right gorgous. In terms of spec the phone is featured packed, in built GPS, 5MP auto focus...

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Excellent

“More HTC wow!”

published 23/11/2009

Thin but big, 1GHz processor, runs Windows, loads ...

A little too sensitive, Not as many colours on scr...

Well I got this phone and wow...Its big the screen is big, the processor inside is even bigger. Its hard to explain the smoothness of the phone once it has started, however compared to my iPhone it is smooth and that is saying something. With Windows Mobile 6.5 as the operating system the amount...

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Excellent

“HTC HD2 is brilliant!!!”

published 05/07/2010

easy to use

the reception could be better

The new HTC HD2 is fantastic, but as all products with a few things that could've been better. The alarm clock doesn't have the option to put an MP3 file on, and the sounds that are available are way too quiet and short, due to that i had woken up late a few times as i can't hear it. To that i...

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Super

Fast web surfing, fast phone, big screen, big expe...

Not many apps, Occasional bug

HTC HD2 What a piece of kit! I absolutely love this phone now the little niggles have been sorted out by HTC. When i was deciding what phone to get, i was unsure about the HTC HD2 but im over the moon with it and iv been turned to a HTC lover! The best feature about the phone is the absolutely...

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Super

Aesthetically pleasing, great functionality,

Not very many good apps

I bought this phone about a year ago, as a trade in for an iPhone 3G. I like Windows Smart phones, and this was very nice to look at. The home screen is fully customizable much like other smart phones, however you can put a quick link to a bookmark, or contact, or program and it is very easy to...

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Super

Easy to Hack, nice camera quality, thin, big touch...

battery and price

it is east to use, a bit confusing at first but you get to learn really fast, a lot people say this phone is boring due to lack of free and entertaining apps and games, and also because it is a windows 6.5 phone. The HD2 got a beautiful 4.3 inch screen, same screen as the iphone except u cannot...

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