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    The HTC HD2 is a smartphone that is ideal for fans of multimedia. Its large touch screen and host of entertainment features make it a great pick for those who demand more from their phone.The HD2 is available for T-Mobile users and costs $200 after rebates and a two-year contract with the carrier.
    The HD2 comes loaded with the Windows Mobile 6.5 operating system. Although it is a little bit dated and not as good as the Windows Phone 7 OS, it still offers some nice features, such as access to the Windows Marketplace and its wide variety of apps. Obviously, having Windows Mobile 6.5 rather than the updated version will be a turnoff to some, as it does not offer all the bells and whistles that a Windows Phone 7 series phone might, but it should suffice for most. The phone is powered by a 1 GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon processor to help it in terms of performance, especially when it comes to its entertainment features, which we will discuss shortly.
    The HD2's basic features include a speakerphone, vibrate mode, an alarm clock, and a calculator. To keep organized, there is a calendar and a reminder feature. A voice recorder is on board so you can keep all of your important thoughts on record verbally.
    The HD2's phone book can handle a multitude of contacts with room for several phone numbers, email addresses, a street address, and more. You can place them into separate groups and allocate photos and ringtones to them as well. If the phone's standard ringtones are not up to par, you can download more from T-Mobile, and the same is true when it comes to wallpapers and other customizable downloads.
    To make things easier, especially if you have many contacts, the HD2 organizes histories of each contact on their specific page. So, if you go to a certain contact's page, you can see your call history with them, messages, and even the status updates they have made on their social networking pages.



    Moving away from the basics, we find that the HD2 is Bluetooth-enabled with support for stereo headsets, hands-free kits, and more. Voice commands are also supported, so users can keep their eyes on the road while driving.
    For those who are constantly on the road, the HD2 comes with integrated GPS. When used in conjunction with TeleNav's Navigator service, users can get turn-by-turn directions to ensure they are on the right path. In addition to the GPS, the phone also has a compass to help you get your bearings. If you travel internationally, you can use the HD2 overseas, as it is a quad-band world roaming phone.
    The HD2's integrated Wi-Fi comes in handy so you can connect to the Internet while on the go. As an added bonus, the smartphone also comes with a free six-month trial of Gogo Inflight Internet, which allows users to gain Internet access during plane flights. Other than Wi-Fi, there is also the ability to connect to the Internet via T-Mobile's 3G network.
    Once connected to a network, you have a choice of two different web browsers to surf the net in its entirety. Since it is a Windows Mobile phone, the HD2 comes with Internet Explorer Mobile 6. If you prefer a different browser, you can always use the one on board, namely Opera.
    Messaging options other than your basic phone call are available with the HD2. There is standard text and multimedia messaging. Also included is the option to instant message others via popular IM clients. For email, you have the option to access your personal email or even your work email directly on the phone, as there is support for standard email accounts as well as those through Microsoft Exchange. Speaking of work, there is a Microsoft Office Suite that lets you access important documents.
    The HTC HD2 comes loaded with many more features that provide a great way to pass the time. Reading fans will appreciate its Barnes and Noble E-reader application. This app gives users the ability to download a variety of newspapers, magazines, and books from the company's catalog. Once downloaded, you can read the items directly on the HD2 as if the gadget was a small book.
    Multimedia fans can enjoy both music and video on the HD2 as well. You can listen to your own music files on the phone or access the Slacker Radio service. For video, you can use the MobiTV service to watch popular shows live.
    For movies, there is Blockbuster's On Demand service that lets you download recent movies. For video clips, there is a YouTube app. The HD2 even ships with two full-length movies with the recent Transformers releases. The HD2 also works as a gaming device, and you can download new titles or simply play Guitar Hero 5, which comes pre-installed on the phone.




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    Last, but not least is the HD2's integrated 5-megapixel camera. It takes excellent photos and records video. The camera has flash, auto-focus, and a host of other adjustable settings.
    The design of the HTC HD2 is anything but compact. If you value portability and need a tiny phone to fit into tight pockets, this phone is not for you. It measures 4.7 inches tall by 2.6 inches wide by 0.4 inch thick and weighs 5.5 ounces. Other than its large size, its appearance is standard, and it has a black color scheme.
    The phone's front is dominated by its large 4.3-inch touch screen with 480 x 800 resolution. The touch screen provides superb graphics, and its size is a real plus for those looking to be entertained by their phone. The touch screen is very responsive and easy to use. The phone has a built-in accelerometer that automatically converts its orientation from portrait to landscape mode and vice versa when moved. The display also supports multi-touch gestures.
    The on-screen virtual full QWERTY keyboard is large and great for messaging. As an added plus, the HD2 allows for a Swype mechanism, which essentially allows you to drag your finger from key to key while typing for more intuitive use. It takes some getting used to, but once accustomed to it, it is much more effective for typing and messaging than the usual pecking at keys. Below the display is a row of physical keys for the standard talk/end and other functions.
    The HTC HD2 is quite an impressive smartphone. While it is not the most portable device out there, the sacrifice is well worth it, considering its large touch screen. Its feature set is about as complete as one could hope for. If you are in need of a smartphone that provides functionality as well as fun, put the HTC HD2 on your list.


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