T-Mobile UK have announced that they're preparing to offer the HTC Touch2 and HTC HD2, though it seems that someone in their web team hasn't been keeping up with the rumor-mill. Both Windows Phones are listed as coming in November, but the HD2 is illustrated with an image of the Touch HD and said to come with a 3.8-inch display and access to the Android Market.
Of course, as regular SlashGear readers will know, the HD2 actually has a whopping 4.3-inch capacitive touchscreen, and since it runs Windows Mobile 6.5 there'd be little point of having access to Android applications. Instead there'll be access to the Windows Marketplace for Mobile; check out our hands-on with the HD2 here. As for the Touch2, that's the entry-level Windows Phone from HTC, and you can find our review here.
Meanwhile, Pocketnow are reporting that the HD2 will be officially launched - yes, we thought they'd done that already too - on November 4th, with an official release on November 11th. We're checking with HTC to see if that's accurate or not.