HTC HD2 Coming To US Early 2010, Europe & Asia Now

Posted: Nov 4 2009, 5:55am CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 5:16pm CDT, in News | Mobile Phones

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Finally. After months of agonized waiting, we have confirmation from HTC themselves that the gorgeous, snapdragon-sporting HD2 will be making its way to the United States. The HD2 launched today in Europe and Taiwan, and HTC confirmed during in their press release that the WinMo 6.5 smartphone will come to the USA in early 2010. No exact date was given, and the carrier hasn't been identified yet, but at least we know the HD2 is coming.

The HD2 is the first Windows Mobile phone to sport the HTC Sense UI. That makes the somewhat underwhelming WinMo 6.5 operating system a much more attractive proposition. While we don't know what carrier the HD2 will launch with over here, some rumors point to T-Mobile.

If you're in Europe, the HD2 has already started shipping to you. Folks in Asia will have to wait until mid-November to get their hands on this giant, 4.3” screen-having WinMo smartphone of the gods.

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