Leo now HTC HD2?

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Leo now HTC HD2?
New photos of the HTC Leo were posted by Techblog as part of a "hands-on" feature. When the Bluetooth menu was accessed, the device was referred to as the HD 2. As expected, the Leo moniker was merely a code name and this device is the sequel to the original Touch HD handset. The model that Techblog got to use sports an newer Windows Mobile 6.5 build than the device that was recently featured on video. The HD 2 comes with a micro USB connector instead of the mini USB that all prior HTC models had. Perhaps surprising considering the 4.3 inch size of the screen it is powering, the battery is a 1200mAh cell. Whatever the name of the handset, it still mesmerizes and many U.S. cellphone fans are wishing very hard that unlike the original Touch HD, the HD 2 makes it to the States.

HTC Leo Preliminary Specifications

source: Techblog (Translated) via MobileTechWorld, EngadgetMobile



4. crd22

Posts: 77; Member since: Apr 15, 2008

I'm not surprised that the Leo would be the HD2. For the words on the back, including htc Pro.Three, they may not mean anything at all. The phrase below it "Lorem ipsum..." is a common placeholder for other text, it just demonstrates how words would look in that situation. Therefore, Pro.Three could possibly be nothing at all, and when it is officially released, it will probably say htc Touch HD2... or HD.Two

3. qbyrd21 unregistered

what happened to the next touch HD being a android phone??? plus its say TP3 on the back lol

2. bestwellknown

Posts: 1; Member since: Sep 20, 2009

wow i'm reading this story and i don't think some ppl can read because last time i looked the back of that damn phone says, HTC PRO THREE!!!, so where the hell did the idea come from that this phone will be the hd2? i'm going to hope that the writer has some wishfull thinking and just can't read...lol

1. tedkord

Posts: 17544; Member since: Jun 17, 2009

FIRST! 1200mAh battery to power a 4.3-inch TFT backlight? My Omnia has a 1440mAh battery, and if I use it even moderately, I get at most a full day. I have to carry a spare wall charger to work, and a car charger while I travel. That's with a 3.2-inch TF to power. I suppose YMMV with battery life on any given device, but that seems kind of low.

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