Farhan, 16 Oct 2009omg so u got tur HD and sold it that fast? why you should have kept it and HD2 has less cap... moreyea, had that for 2 months and sold it, lol, i mean htc hd2 with 4.3 inches AND 1230 mah battery capacity sucks vs htc hd 3.8 inches 1320 mah battery capacity.
people stop complaining about windows mobile. people will use what they want/need to use. whats sucks for you may be good for someone else. apple fan boys, stop tryin to convert everyone to the fruit.
great specs, sexy beast!!!
Farhan, 16 Oct 2009Also i have another question i saw videos on youtube on the N900 and it capabilites and also t... moreGSP does not use the internet for info so it does not need a 3G or other data connection. It connects directly to GPS satellites orbiting the earth so I will need a line of site and will not work indoors at times.
The map you use with the GPS might need a data connection (like google maps) to download info but any method will work like wifi, USB or Bluetooth to pc with net, GPRS, 3G and EDGE.
The weather animation does not need to be downloaded its part of the phone UI. just the info to till the phone which animation to show will be downloaded the same way wifi, USB or Bluetooth to pc with net, GPRS, 3G and EDGE any one will do. (my phone network does not have 3G and everything works)
Dexter Morgan, 15 Oct 2009Delivering colors is not a matter of hardware, its software.. Windows 6.5 gives 65k, but some ... morethanks you. I had the iPhone 3G, ordered now 3GS but I am waiting for two weeks,no availability, they stopped. Thinking if I should cancel and wait for HD2.thanks a lot.
Farhan, 16 Oct 2009Also i have another question i saw videos on youtube on the N900 and it capabilites and also t... moreGPS does not use Data but A-GPS does but you dont have to use this. The weather app will use either 3G or WiFi, whichever is connected. With the other HTC devices you can select either manual or automatic download so I presume the HD2 will be the same.
Its without doubt better than the N900 and if you do have any data issues with the HD2 I am sure you will find excactly the same with the Nokia.
Also i have another question i saw videos on youtube on the N900 and it capabilites and also the HTC HD2.
the thing is i dont have a 3G connection and i never will because everwhere i am, when i am home or on campus i have wi-fi.
so does the GPS use 3G? i do not want to be charged for 3G on the HTC HD2 because i heard the GPS and the weather uses the 3G network to get the forcast in the area and shows the animations on the screen.
also is there a way to turn of the 3G network on both the phones?
i know this is not the right forum to talk about the N900 but the N900 forum is kinda dead.
i am thinkin of getting the N900 over the HTC HD2. i really want a phone not for work but for studies/multimedia, i will use my phone to listen to music, web browering on a wi-fi (only) texting and watching videos.
i am tryin to find the perfect match for me and budget wise, my budget it the HTC HD2 which is quite good, like upto around $850 CND
fan, 16 Oct 2009yea, i mean 3.8, i sold my htc hd last month, honestly, i very like large screen phones, but t... moreomg so u got tur HD and sold it that fast?
why you should have kept it
and HD2 has less capability than the HD2?
i dont understand
also ur right Anthony and Dexter are the BEST!
like i am soo happy i found such great, helpful people.
unlike on other forums where everyone jsut spams and wat not.
Anthony and Dexter answer each question with honestly and with a solid argument!
thank you guys!
Touch HD user, 16 Oct 2009Touch HD uses 3.8" screen, not 3.5". And as I heard Snapdragon is more power efficient than t... moreyea, i mean 3.8, i sold my htc hd last month, honestly, i very like large screen phones, but the htc hd2-4.3 inches screen with less capacity than the hd, thats unacceptable, i had the hd for only 2 months and sold out for half of its original price :( , btw, dexter and anthony these 2 mobile master are very nice and helpful in the htc forums, feel free to post comments and answers here, they will help u out. i got a lot of helps from them with my hd before, hope god will bless them!
Yep , in the product tour on htc.com, it shows microUSB, ... nice
it's great phone...which of them is better, iphone 3gs or this phone??i wanna buy one of them but realy i don't know which of them...
Dexter Morgan, 16 Oct 2009Farhan,
If you have used WinMo before you should know that you can install a variety of sof... moreThank you Dexter and Anthony!
ok so the capatitive touchscreen avoids that problem
and is the N920 already out?
like is it released or is it gonna be released?
I was lookin at the UI for the N900 and yes it is amazing.
but the HTC UI seems kinda dull for me.
and the HTC HD2 can multitask?
i have the phone now it rocks i get all the girls with it. i just pull out my big 4.3 inches and they go ooh la la ahh wee weee.
fan, 16 Oct 20094.3 inches screen with 1230 mAH battery? come on htc inventors, u guys invented the htc hd-3.5... moreTouch HD uses 3.8" screen, not 3.5".
And as I heard Snapdragon is more power efficient than the old CPU that Touch HD uses.
Yoda, 16 Oct 2009Even if you get the HTC HD2 now, these handsets are easily upgradeable to the latest version o... moreWinMo 6.5 runs better on the HD than 6.1, so you can say running 6.1 was not a problem.. :P
And people were upgrading the HD to 6.5 since last Feb or March..
Farhan, 16 Oct 2009also one more question,
I am afraid of one thing, when a touch screen is in my pocket i do N... moreFarhan,
If you have used WinMo before you should know that you can install a variety of software apps, one of them Lockscreens.. :)
Nokia did an awesome thing by at last ditching Symbian and using Maemo 5 on the N900.. If you want it without Keyboard the N920 is out..
WinMo/HD2 is much more powerful than N920,
In the N900/920 upto 6 programs running then you'll notice slowness.. But in the HD2; Run them all my friend!
WinMo is much better and more flexible in case of apps and tweaking than Maemo 5.. Maemo 5 has an EXCELLENT GUI but is limited in Apps..
takis, 14 Oct 2009Great specs, but no software to support it!
I will wait for WM 7.. Until then, this will suck.Even if you get the HTC HD2 now, these handsets are easily upgradeable to the latest version of Windows Mobile.
A friend of mine just updated his 18mth old HTC HD to Win Mobile 6.5 without any problems.