We already know that T-Mobile USA’s HTC HD2 is different from the European HD2 (it has 1GB of ROM and more RAM), and now T-Mobile has announced that the smartphone will come with even more unique features.
More exactly, the HTC HD2 will have “a complete entertainment package”, including:
MobiTV mobile application (for live and on-demand TV directly on the phone, including channels like MTV, Comedy Central and NBC); BLOCKBUSTER on Demand application; Barnes & Noble eReader application (providing access to more than 1 million eBooks, magazines and newspapers); Gogo Inflight Internet service (“up to six months of free in-flight Wi-Fi access on their device, with Internet access on 2,500 daily flights in the continental US and growing”).
The HD2 will also have Paramount Pictures’ “Transformers” and “Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen” movies pre-loaded on a memory card.
Unfortunately, T-Mobile USA has still not announced when exactly the HD2 will be available for purchase, but it should happen this spring (possibly starting March).
Via Press release
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