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HTC Touch HD2 full spec list revealed

HTC Touch HD2 full spec list revealed

HTC's HD2 (aka the HTC Leo) keeps showing up in various carriers' promo material, though since they only ever say "biggest WinMo phone yet!" it's been hard to pin down exact specifications.  Happily, that's all changed thanks to one talkative xda-developers board member; he's managed to sneak out the full spec sheet - which you can read after the cut - together with a few new live photos of the smartphone itself.

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T-Mobile HTC Touch HD2 “coming soon” catalog leaks

T-Mobile HTC Touch HD2 “coming soon” catalog leaks

Having heard talk yesterday of the HTC HD2 getting a release on UK carrier T-Mobile (as well as earlier mutterings regarding an O2 launch as well), now an anonymous tipster has delivered what looks to be a screenshot confirming it.  Dropped into CoolSmartPhone's inbox, the image (which, we have to say, would be pretty straightforward to mock-up if you were so inclined) names the Windows Phone as the HTC Touch HD2.

HTC Touch HD 2 Shuns Windows Mobile and Embraces Android

HTC Touch HD 2 Shuns Windows Mobile and Embraces Android

The Touch HD released last year, and while it held its own within its fifteen minutes of fame, like many other HTC/Windows Mobile devices out there, it quickly faded into the throes of the past. Well, it's time for HTC to release a sequel, and yes, you can guess what it's called: the Touch HD 2. But we're not getting a simple rehash this time around, or even an upgraded Windows Mobile 6.5. No, we get to see more Android.

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HTC Touch HD SlashGear Review: Part 2

HTC Touch HD SlashGear Review: Part 2

In the first part of our HTC Touch HD review, we looked at the physical design, the display, the touchscreen, TouchFLO 3D, messaging and internet browsing.  Now, in the second part of our exclusive SlashGear review, we'll look at GPS and media performance, camera ability and battery life, together with how the Touch HD performs as a cellphone.  We'll also tackle the biggest question of them all: is the Touch HD an iPhone killer?

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HTC Touch HD SlashGear Review: Part 1

HTC Touch HD SlashGear Review: Part 1

Rarely do we receive so many questions, so many comments and demands over an upcoming review.  In the few days since our HTC Touch HD unboxing and hands-on video demo, the messages have been flooding in.  Today, we'll try to answer those questions - and, of course, the biggest question of them all: have HTC managed the unthinkable and tugged the must-have crown from the head of the iPhone 3G?  In the first half of our two-part review, we'll be looking at the touchscreen, OS, GUI and keyboard entry, as well as the Touch HD's internet abilities and more.

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HTC Touch HD: Video Demo and Q&A

HTC Touch HD: Video Demo and Q&A

We're still getting to grips with the HTC Touch HD smartphone, putting it through its paces before the definitive SlashGear review, but we thought we'd share some demo video and answer a few of the questions you've been putting to us.  This is obviously a highly-anticipated device, and we can tell you now that, while in some areas it excels, there are still some frustrating omissions.  Check out the full demo video after the cut, together with the Q&A.

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HTC Touch HD: SlashGear First Impressions & Gallery

HTC Touch HD: SlashGear First Impressions & Gallery

Good things, they say, come to those who wait, and it certainly feels like we've been waiting long enough for the HTC Touch HD.  From the first early leaks, official reveal and through to the disappointment that HTC wouldn't be releasing the smartphone in the US, this 3.8-inch WVGA touchscreen has managed to grab attention away from the best Apple, Sony Ericsson and the rest have to offer.  Now, finally, the HTC Touch HD has landed in the UK, and SlashGear have one of the first.

Full gallery and first-impressions of the HTC Touch HD after the cut

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HTC Touch HD not getting US release

HTC Touch HD not getting US release

HTC have no plans to bring flagship WM6.1 smartphone the HTC Touch HD to the US, citing engineering issues in supporting the 3G HSDPA and HSUPA bands.  In a Twitter message today, HTC revealed that the smartphone - which has a 3.8-inch WVGA touchscreen and was already being hailed as the biggest threat to Apple's iPhone 3G - will never officially be imported into the US, because by the time they developed a new version the handset would be obsolete.

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