HTC HD2 gets a boost in specs for U.S. launch

HTC HD2 gets a boost in specs for U.S. launch
HTC is really doing what it can to make those in the U.S. forget all about Windows Mobile and the number of apps available, and just look at the sexy beast that is the HD2. To that end, the Taiwanese based manufacturer has raised some of the specs of the U.S. version of the phone. RAM is increased from 448MB to 576MB while ROM is boosted to 1GB from 512MB. And instead of a measly 4GB microSD card pre-installed on the overseas version, the U.S. HD2 will come with a 16GB card out of the box. Kudos to HTC and T-Mobile. Now if you could only some how push the guys at Redmond to start paying those developers who have been trying to build up the Marketplace for Mobile. Any potential Android buyers out there now thinking about giving the HD2 a shot? For the latest specifications on the phone, directly from HTC, check the source link.

source: HTC via Xda-developersforum, EngadgetMobile


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