Who Else Wants the HTC HD2?
Taking a look at T-Mobile’s product page for the HTC HD2 shows some promising enhancements that are sure to ‘redefine what you think a phone can be.’ A few of the outstanding features of the HD2 is the large multitouch screen (4.3”) and a 1ghz processor. That’s a small netbook…large phone! What’s even better is the promise of the following features.
MobiTV – a preloaded app that lets you watch the major stations in seamless broadcast on your phone. Will require a connection and $9.99 a month (unless T-Mobile gets a discounted rate)
Transformers and Transformers 2 – On my phone!? Cool! Thanks for the free movies.
Blockbuster – it isn’t evident whether this will allow movies direct to phone or if a PC will be needed somewhere in the process. Direct to phone would be ideal. Someone needs to get on this! Amazon VOD? Netflix? Someone…
Barnes & Noble – eBooks and more on your phone. You can already access the world’s largest eBook store at eReader.com. It is a Barnes & Noble company.
Gogo Inflight Internet – Participating airlines include: Air Canada, AirTran, AmericanAirlines, Delta, United, US Airways, and Virgin America. Pricing is decent considering you’re accessing the internet from 30,000 feet in the air. The cheapest is $4.95 for a single flight up to 1.5 hrs and the most expensive is the Gogo 30 days pass for $29.95.
If you want to see the HD2 spin around and on the T-Mobile product page check it out here.
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