While it certainly seems like the HTC HD2 is heading to the U.S., and the early indications are that T-Mobile will be the lucky carrier offering the device Stateside, it still might be a few more months before the phone is launched in the U.S. That makes video of the HD2 the closest thing you have to feeling the phone in your hand. For the most part, things look pretty snappy on this new "tour" of the handset, although there seems to be an occasional hiccup while flicking through the pictures despite having the 1GHz Snapdragon processor under the hood. But a small lag can be fixed by the time this unit is released here and the rest of the video reveals the gorgeous display on the 4.3 inch capacitive screen, multi-touch zooming on Internet Explorer, and other Windows Mobile 6.5 goodness. Interestingly, Techblog posted a still photo of the HD2 next to the iPhone and Toshiba's TG-01. Despite having a bigger screen than both rival devices, the HTC phone looked smaller than Toshiba's model and about the same size as Apple's touchscreen handset. Start picking up the spare change and keep your eyes here because when a launch date and price are both announced, we'll be on it like white on rice.