In a week when Microsoft has officially revealed its Windows Mobile 6.5 interface to the mobile world, HTC has moved to unveil a sneak preview of its latest HTC HD2 smartphone. The feedback from the specifications and images appears to be very positive, with HTC implementing Windows Mobile 6.5 for this device as opposed to a number of the latest HTC mobile phones that carry the open-source Android operating system.
Perhaps the most impressive feature of this touchscreen smartphone is the screen itself. With a massive 4.3” screen users are able to enjoy an improved viewing experience for multimedia. Meanwhile the sleek design of the handset measuring at 11mm thick means that the HD2 will be both powerful and pocketable.
A feature that has let down many HTC mobile phones in the past is their lack of a 3.5mm audio connection. However, the HTC HD2 is able to provide this option as well as micro-USB connectivity. The handset also boasts a lightening quick 1 GHz processor to ensure a smooth and direct response at the touch of a button.