Many folks are already buzzing at the prospect of getting hold of the upcoming HTC Desire HD, but until it arrives, we’re going to have to make do with a leaked ROM of the device. The HD2 might not be the most popular device around anymore, but the ROM has been successfully crammed into this older-generation device, giving it a juicy dose of Google’s Android in case you’re bored with your current OS (Windows Mobile 6.5 Professional). A video showcasing this port was available a while ago, but it has since been mysteriously removed. Aside from that, the Desire HD has also been pumping in some impressive benchmark scores, no doubt due to the Snapdragon MSM8255 processor, easily besting the Nexus One. Looks like the Desire HD is really a phone to look forward to.RELATED
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