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HTC HD2 gets sold early. Lots of lovely videos of the hot device

Article by on Monday, 22 March 2010

The HTC HD2 is a big screen in your pocket: 4.3 inches of high–resolution touch cinema, yet housed in an amazingly skinny shell. It is the world’s first capacitive touch technology to run under Windows Mobile 6.5 to be precise.

Also for the first time in Windows, HTC has allied the touchscreen with its HTC Sense concept: customising the HD2 with favourite apps on the home screen. It is undoubtedly impressive and user–friendly, with a logical layout and many one–touch operations to watch, browse and flip through your stuff.

YouTube user JDMiPhoner managed to snag his new HD2 at a Vancouver, WA Walmart a few days ahead of its March 24th street date.

You can order your UK version of the HTC HD2 here

Unboxing the HTC HD2

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Powering up the HTC HD2

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Blockbuser App, Transformers 1 and 2 and MobiTV App demo

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HTC HD2 Voice Command demo

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