Friday, 7 January 2011

htc hd2 smartphone

htc hd2 smartphone

HTC HD2 T8585 Unlocked GSM Smartphone Mobile Cell Phone, 8GB Memory Card, Quadband, UMTS, HSDPA, GPS, E-Mail, 5 Megapixel Camera, 10.9cm Touchscreen, microSD, Bluetooth, MP3-Player, WLAN, FM-Radio, Windows Mobile 6.5 Pro, HTC Sense

HTC HD2 T8585 is an attractive and impressive multimedia handset which performs an interactive experience that you have always craved from a smartphone. The marvellous 4.3" display screen and the world's first capacitive touch technology on a windows phone alongside 1GHz processing nouse make this a slick and lightning-fast response to the lightest touch of a finger.

Most importantly, it is our first Windows phone to embody HTC SenseTM - a holistic experience that focuses on making phones work in the most intuitive way. HTC Sense is based on three core principles - make it mine, stay close, and discover the unexpected. HTC HD2 has you covered when it comes to taking and viewing pictures wherever you may be. The 5 megapixel auto-focus camera is perfect for capturing the beauty of the great outdoors; combined with the dual LED flash it's also ideal for capturing images in dim conditions. And when you're ready to move from behind the lens and start sharing your collection, you'll dazzle your audience with the large beautifully displayed pictures in the new river-flow gallery. HTC HD2 is built for pure finger touch control. Zoom in and out of documents, web pages, pictures or emails with just a simple pinch. Type up responses faster and more accurately on the large onscreen keyboard. The capacitive touch experience combined with an interface optimized for the spacious display, lets you easily adjust the settings, set up calendar appointments, browse through photos, and navigate through menus with only the touch of a finger.

Amazon customer review: As an avid user of smartphones, for years I've completely ignored a series of dull, uncreative phones running windows. While a variety of hardware form factors, some even technically superior to the competition, have come out, the software continued to look incredibly boring compared to the iPhone, Android, and even Blackberry. The main selling points consisted of "It runs windows and has a start button like you're used to on a computer" and "We have Office and sync with Outlook!". While these may have appealed to some business customers, the consistently shrinking market share of Windows phones demonstrated their lack of appeal to consumers as the recent smartphone boom hit.

With the HD2 this trend may finally be coming to an end. In conjunction with HTCs beautiful Sense interface, some aggressive hardware, and some genuine innovations, the HD2 is a Windows phone I can actually use and recommend.

Overall this phone is fast, pretty, and offers top of the line features. The phone feels solid (and huge) in your hand, while the software is fast, works well and is fun to use. If the HD2 is any indicator, Windows Mobile may become a legitimate competitor in the smartphone market again. The phone seems to be selling very well, with T-mobile selling out almost everywhere the day the HD2 was released. I'd recommend this phone as a viable alternative to Android and the iPhone."

So clearly a very hi tech and stylish phone which will meet the needs of any user who needs state of the art connectivity with the greatest of ease.

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