Also being released by T-Mobile today is the Nokia Nuron. If the HD2 is the highly functional handset for the power user, the Nuron is on the other end of the spectrum as a touchscreen phone for the person who is buying his first such device. Even considering that, the phone does have some nice features like Flash Lite 3.0 which will allow you to view YouTube videos from the web page. Priced at $69.99 with a 2 year contract, the Nuron offers social networking and a 3.5mm audio jack for those who like to listen to music.
T-Mobile should be doing some brisk business today as both the power user and the first time touchscreen buyer are covered with the HD2 and the Nuron respectively. As for which handset is next to be appointed the "must have" phone, we have plenty of candidates including the HTC Incredible and the HTC EVO 4G just to name a couple.
HTC HD2 Specifications | Review (European)
Nokia 5230 Nuron Specifications | Review
HTC Incredible Preliminary Specifications
HTC EVO 4G Specifications | Hands-on
source: T-Mobile (HD2), (Nuron)