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T-Mobile USA gets HTC HD2 with 576 MB RAM

25 January, 2010 | Read the news | Post your comment
T-Mobile USA gets HTC HD2 with 576 MB RAM - read the full textIt must have been annoying for the T-Mobile USA subscribers to have to wait three months longer than everybody else to get the HTC HD2. Well it seems their patience will be rewarded with an upgraded version of the device packing 576MB RAM and 1GB ROM. This definitely looks like a good spot for...


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what a inresting kind of a phone

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  • 2010-01-25 18:11
  • 3IKx

dear friends they are not playing tricks they are just afraid of almaity iphone so htc its just scared nothing else

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  • 2010-01-25 18:09
  • TrIZ

> In reply to Anonymous @ 2010-01-25 15:31 from jrY$ - click to readThanks for your update. My point was that the possibility to download cracked/hacked/or whatever you want co call them apps is not nearly as widespred as on some other platforms but thanks for clearing some things out.

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  • 2010-01-25 17:03
  • prkc

The Only good phone EVER to come the the USA, to bad i still cant get one, im on at&t, theres no T mobile where i live. there 3g frequency is not the same also. So an unlocked phone wont work for me

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  • 2010-01-25 16:59
  • k9GP

i feel a bit sad y my one only get 448.y got 2 different standard ?is it i still want to continue support htc .

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  • 2010-01-25 16:56
  • u4kU


Official response received 2 mins ago:

New Response From [ Amr (South East EU Support (Tech)) ]
Dear Mr. Bute,

Thank you for contacting us,

Regarding your request, kindly be informed that this handset is T-mobile USA branded, these features are specially ordered by T-mobile USA and this handset will only be released in the US market as it will not work with the European Network system nor will it work with any network other than T-mobile USA.

Please note that you can contact us via support line. For further details, please go to, you'll find a toll free number that you can dial only from a landline.
Best Regards,
HTC Team

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  • 2010-01-25 16:30
  • 4bPU

thats not nice! im waiting in germany for the hd2 (t-mobile) and will get the bad version of the phone. an for the same price ;) so, please t-mobile order for me the us-hd2 from your sister in the states. or i change to o2 germany or....

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  • 2010-01-25 16:21
  • ns33

I would not say that the European version is a loser because it came out first in 2009.

The HD2 that we are getting in the US is an updated version for 2010. And 2010 is when WM7 will be released.

Anyway, it is an awesome deal with the extended battery, even without stereo speaker and 8MP camera.

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  • 2010-01-25 15:35
  • kMhZ

> In reply to Anonymous @ 2010-01-25 14:29 from prkc - click to readlol i had to correct u (because u were wrong)

any htc phone has a GREAT dev community (check out xda)

screw cracked apps, u can dl full versions of the original with no limitations, etc....once u know which devs to follow (on twitter---namely @jesusxxx__X) u can mostly have any app thats available on the market anywhere---most apps require u have at least cupcake-1.6..
the devs usually have github, mediafire, etc. acct where they have a stash of source codes, roms, themes, apps, everything....just gotta know where to look! this is the beauty of open-source...

i see a lot of ppl complain about not having paid apps everywhere, but all u need to do is find the android devs!

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  • 2010-01-25 15:31
  • jrY$


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  • 2010-01-25 15:29
  • P$uD

now that really fks me up. is htc playing games with us or what?
that sucks really really bad T.T

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  • 2010-01-25 15:01
  • Stks

HTC is playing trick with HD2 user..LOL!

And only US (T-mobile) version is upgradeable to WinMo7?! Losers Europeans and Asians! LOL!

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  • 2010-01-25 14:49
  • t7K%

> In reply to Anonymous @ 2010-01-25 14:21 from jkYB - click to readNexus one.....not so great full of problems....i am not a WM fan but this phone blows N1 AWAY.............

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  • 2010-01-25 14:43
  • vsr@

Nexus One is a great device however Android platform is still not for those regions not covered by the paid app availability since most of the free apps just don't cut it for any serious work..

...Also Android still doesn't have cracked apps (corect me if I'm wrong) like MS WinMO or Apple iTunes.

It is a great platform and from my experience it will outperform all the rest but in about a year time when it matures and gains a better developer attention like Apple's users enjoy.

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  • 2010-01-25 14:29
  • prkc

woooow! i would move to the US to be able to enjoy hd2 at t-mobile! i already can't sleep at night!

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  • 2010-01-25 14:28
  • mrID

I would be stoked... if this was 2008 and I didn't already have a Nexus one...

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  • 2010-01-25 14:21
  • jkYB

This is such a dissapointment to all European HD2 owners. It just basically says "sucks to be a looser for getting a lowered specs and acessory device at the same price" right in your face. Very lame, HTC!

I was planning on purchasing this device but I'm foreced to find an alternative. Anybody got any suggestion on a similarry specd device? It should have Winmo 6.5. Cheers..

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  • 2010-01-25 14:19
  • prkc

> In reply to Zilas @ 2010-01-25 13:59 from nQxL - click to readT-Mobile US uses a weird 1700MHz 3G band so they need different phone's.

Don't worry you'll be able to get a HD3 before HTC release a HD4.

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  • 2010-01-25 14:15
  • P%nm

What the f***!!! This is terrible news for all europeans!!! I would have bought the phone next week, but now I don't want it! Why should I, when USA gets almost twice the hardware!? I'm very pissed at you HTC!!!!

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  • 2010-01-25 13:59
  • nQxL

its interesting to know that T-mobile HTC HD2 is giving 576MBRAM and 1GB ROM and also 16 GB Micro SD. We also need similar HTC-HD2 in europe. When HTC will deliver like this Mobile to Europe and in which month .

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  • 2010-01-25 13:51
  • Sw25

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