T-Mobile USA: Now Offering HTC HD2, Pricing Details Here

By Jamie Pert - Mar 24, 2010

Last week we posted an article which stated that the HTC HD2 would be available from T-Mobile USA as of March 24th, we can now confirm that the handset is readily available from their website.

Just to recap the HTC HD2 runs Windows Mobile 6.5, it features impressive specifications which include a massive 4.3 inch capacitive multi-touch display supporting a resolution of 480 x 800, along with a 5 mega-pixel camera and WiFi connectivity, you can find out more here.

If you are interested in purchasing the HTC HD2 you can buy the handset contract-free on the Even More Plus price plan for $449.99, alternatively you can pay $199.99 for a 24-month contract, from what we can see this contract will set you back at least $50 per month depending on what you choose.

Currently rumors suggest that when the Windows Phone 7 launches later this year there will be no update for the HTC HD2, this could seriously affect this handsets sales.

Will you be buying the HTC HD2 from T-Mobile? If not, which handset will you choose instead?

Source: SlashGear

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  • htc

    To everyone as frustrated and angry has i’am by the way htc is neglecting the owners of the htc hd2 go ahead and post your petition on the following blog (http://windowsphone7updatehtchd.blogspot.com/). lets make ourselfs be heard since we have the hardware and htc sense only makes sense while disguising the flaws of the native windows mobile explorer menus and windows designed for resistive screens. let us show them we paid to get some supporta nd that means the proper hardware support wich they chose not to gives for some reason and the apps our devices have never seen due to the poor experience of wm 6.5 on thi device

  • LV

    I played with the HD2 at the T-Mobile store yesterday and I was definitely impressed. The Sense UI was very easy to work with. This phone did have 1 drawback that blossomed into 2 drawbacks that will definitely lead to me not buying this phone. They are: Windows 6.5, in lieu of Android and the possibility that you won’t even be able to get Windows 7 on the phone. With that said, I think I’ll wait for the rumored Motoroi to hit T-mobile.