It sure took the HTC HD2 a long time to come to the US, but for those of you Windows Mobile fans, we’re sure it’ll have been worth the wait. T-Mobile will be offering this phone, and the best part is, your patience is rewarded with better specs. The original HTC HD2 sports 512MB ROM, 448MB of RAM, and ships with a 2GB microSD card, the version that T-Mobile will be getting sports 1GB ROM, 576MB RAM and comes bundled with a 16GB microSD card. With Microsoft rumored to be launching Windows Mobile 7 at Mobile World Congress (MWC) next month, speculation is going around that the HD2 might even debut in the US with Windows Mobile 7 from the get go. A Windows Mobile 7 powered HTC HD2? Now that’s an interesting prospect. Official site.
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