It’s March 24th and that means – finally – the HTC HD2 arrives on T-Mobile USA’s network. It’s been a long time coming, and in a way it couldn’t have arrived at a worse point: HTC’s other 4.3-inch monster, the HTC EVO 4G, has made its splashy, WiMAX-toting debut on Sprint at CTIA Wireless this week, and the 3G-only HD2 could look a little plain in comparison.
Still, the HD2 has plenty of charms to bring to the table. HTC Sense makes its appearance, tidying up the underlying Windows Mobile 6.5.3 OS, and there’s WiFi b/g, 3G, Bluetooth 2.1+EDR and that all-important 4.3-inch WVGA capacitive touchscreen with HTC’s baked-in system wide multitouch support.
We’ll have our review of the T-Mobile specific HD2 up very soon, but as you might have guessed it differs very little from the European HTC HD2 we reviewed all the way back in November 2009. T-Mobile USA are offering their HD2 on an Even More plan for $199.99, or a contract-free Even More Plus plan for $449.99.
HTC HD2 video demo: