Communication Articles - HTC HD2: State of the art phone with sophisticated looks

by ADAM CAITLIN - Date: 2009-12-04 - Word Count: 634 Share This!

The HTC HD2 is a GSM 850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900 and HSDPA 900 / 2100 compatible mobile phone. Its stylish and suave looks, in combination with the revolutionary features that it boast of, make it a hot selling product for sure. The fact that it works on Microsoft Windows Mobile 6.5 Professional, with the help of Qualcomm Snapdragon QSD8250 1 GHz processor, works to its advantage. It would not be wrong to call it a dual purpose phone, as it has all the characteristics of a business phone as well as a standard mobile device.

Technically, the HTC HD2 weighs 157g and measures 120.5 x 67 x 11 mm. It comes with an astonishingly wide screen, measuring 4.3 inches in size and having a resolution of 480x800 pixels. The screen has the capacity to display up to 65K colours and offers an amazingly splendid view. This handset is accompanied by an ambient light sensor, multi-touch input method, accelerometer sensor for auto-rotate and proximity sensor for auto turn-off and add on to its functionality to a great extent.It is equipped with a superb 5 mega pixel camera that not only captures beautiful pictures, but also lets you record mesmerizing videos. The secret lies in the host of features that accompany it. These include auto focus, dual LED flash and geo-tagging. It works at a resolution of 2592x1944 pixels. The videos are recorded at the rate of 30 frames per second. MMS can be put to use to share the pictures with others. Other messaging options include threaded-view SMS, e-mail and instant messaging.

The HTC HD2 comes with a music player that is capable enough to support different types of file formats, including MP3, WAV, WMA and eAAC+. In addition, a video player has also been provided, which lets you watch the videos that you have stored and the ones that you have recorded on your own. The file formats that it is compatible with, include H.263, H.264, MP4 and WMV. Besides, a stereo FM with Radio Data System (RDS) is there as well. The 3.5mm audio jack that comes along, makes listening to music a sensational experience. Not to forget, the games that it brings along make it a complete entertainment package. When it comes to data transfer and connectivity, all HTC handsets win hands down. This handset is no exception. It supports Class 12 GPRS, along with HSCSD and Class 12 EDGE. Two of the other modern-age technologies (HSDPA and HSUPA), which really boost up the connectivity are also supported by this wonder gizmo. It also provides you with Wi-Fi, apart from v2.1 Bluetooth with A2DP and microUSB, ensuring that this domain would be the last one, where you would ever face dearth of options.

The phone book has been designed in such a way, that it is endowed with the capacity to store unlimited entries and fields, giving you ample of space to save contact information. Internally, this gadget has got 448MB RAM and 512MB ROM. To expand the memory further, a microSD (TransFlash) card can be used. For the users' convenience, unlimited call records are maintained. In a nutshell, space crunch is the last issue that you would need to deal with.GPS with A-GPS support and NaviPanel, digital compass, Facebook and Twitter integration, YouTube client, Pocket Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, OneNote, PDF viewer), HTC Peep, HTC memo are some of the other features and applications that this black coloures phone boasts of . The HTC HD2 comes with a standard Li-Ion 1230 mAh battery, that supports a talk time of up to 5 hours 40 minutes.

Adam Caitlin is expert author of Telecommunication industry. For More Information On Latest HTC Phones Like HTC HD2 and Latest Offers Available On Mobile Phones Like Mobile Phone Upgrades, Visit Our Online Shopping And Comparison Portal

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