Microsoft launched Windows Mobile 6.5 today and with that, they released several mobile phones running their new mobile OS. The list includes the Toshiba TG01, HTC Pure, HTC Tilt 2, HTC Imagio and the HTC HD2.

The most anticipated device among these mobile phones is the HTC HD2 which is more popularly known by its codename “Leo”. The HTC HD is the first Windows Mobile powered phone that features HTC’s Sense UI. It features a 4.3″ WVGA capacitive touchscreen display, a 1GHz Snapdragon procoessor, a 5 megapixel camera, 512MB ROM/448MB RAM, 7.2Mbps UMTS/HSPA, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, GPS and G-Sensor.

Here’s a hands-on video of the HTC HD2 from SlashGear.

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I loved the HTC HD and I definitely love the HTC HD2 more! Not only does it have a bigger screen, it also has a faster processor and a more beautiful user interface, thanks to the HTC Sense UI.

Good news for HTC fans here in the US. Unlike its predecessor the HTC HD, the HTC HD2 will be brought here in North America and will be available early next year, 2010. No word yet though on how much will this mobile phone cost but I’m hoping it wouldn’t be too expensive.

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  • athwya, November 6, 2009 @ 10:05 AM Reply

    Sensivity of the screen is not perfect. the arabic (farsi) screen keyboard is not big enough and wit WM you need stylus :(

  • Tomas, October 20, 2009 @ 6:12 AM Reply

    Hello, great website..Will this phone be available for VZ Wireless? I am waiting for the HTC Imagio for VZW but I like the way HTC HD2 looks.

  • JP Habaradas, October 8, 2009 @ 7:35 AM Reply

    @Michael – What’s wrong with the sensitivity of this phone’s screen?

  • Michael, October 8, 2009 @ 7:31 AM Reply

    very slick, but then again the sensitivity of the screen gets me thinkin.

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