Reviews and Problems with HTC HD2 / Touch HD 2 / Leo
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HTC's Gorgeous HD2 Stumbles With Windows Mobile OS
6 April 2010
Excerpt: The first thing you notice about HTC’s HD2 is its enormous size. A 4.3-inch capacitive touchscreen graces the face of this finely crafted device, while the chassis matches the display’s sleek design. Despite having such a large screen, the phone still feels lightweight at 5.5 ounces. And that display is shiny: We co-opted it as a substitute for a pocket mirror. However, the phone runs Windows Mobile 6.5, a decidedly outmoded operating system.
Conclusion: When the device shows such vibrant and diverse features, it is important that it get proper power backup. Hence, the quality of the battery plays a key role to maintain the performance of the handset. The HTC HD2 comes with standard Li-Ion 1230 mAh battery, which runs up to 490 hours in the 2G mode and up to 390 hours in the 3G mode. In the 2G mode, the battery can ensure talk time up to 6 hours and 20 minutes while it lasts around 5 hours and 40 minutes in the 3G mode.