Battle of the Carriers and their Phones

T-Mobile & The HTC HD2


Network T-Mobile
Dimensions 4.76 x 2.64 x 0.43 inches
Weight 5.54oz
Battery Li-Ion 1230mAh

Talk – 6.33 Hours

Standby – 490 Hours

Display 4.3inches 480-800px TFT Capacitive, Multi-touch
Camera 5MP Res

Dual LED Flash w/ Auto focus, Digital zoom

Multimedia Video Playback – MPEG4, WMV, AVI, 3GP, 3G2

Music Playback – MP3, AAC, WMA, WAV, M4A

FM Radio – FM, Stereo





16GB microSD Card Included

Windows Mobile Professional 6.5

Processor – Snapdragon, 1000MHz

Memory – 576MB RAM / 1024MB ROM

Opera Browser, IE

USB – microUSB

Wi-Fi – 802.11b/g

Bluetooth – 2.1, Stereo Bluetooth

Headphone Connector – 3.5mm


Windows Mobile 6.5 really swung for the fences with this one and they just cleared the top. This phone is considered the flagship device for the Windows Mobile 6.5 line. HTC has been making windows phones since smart phones were smart. Recently they’ve been divulging in the Android craze but their roots have always been with Windows. HTC decided to take the fastest processor available and pair it with the largest screen to create an enjoyable WinMo 6.5 experience.

WinMo over the years has fallen to crap status because of several issues. With the biggest issue being lag, WinMo has always been feature packed but if it takes you years to use any of those features are they worth using at all? HTC solves this problem by installing the Qualcomm 1GHz Snapdragon processor. This phone moves from tab to tab like butter but because of the beast from the Far East the battery life suffers. The gorgeous 4.3 inch screen doesn’t help either. If you are a fan of windows mobile (which I am) this is the phone to get, don’t waste your time or money with any other WinMo phone. Anything else will just turn you away from the OS even more.

– Fast Processor
– Large Beautiful Screen
– Solid Construction
– Extensive Modding Community

– Small Network
– Battery Life
– Small App Store
– Lack of Microsoft Support