The HTC HD2 will never get to be upgraded to Windows Phone 7 Series, and it’s certainly not as hot as Sprint’s upcoming HTC EVO 4G, but this has not stopped T-Mobile USA customers to want it.
In fact, it looks like the HD2 is an instant hit in the US, as Boy Genius reports that the smartphone (launched on March 24) sold out in about four hours in almost all T-Mobile locations across the country.
At the moment, the HTC HD2 is also out of stock at T-Mo’s online store, where it should have been available for $199.99 (with a 2-yr contract agreement).
It should be interesting to know exactly how many HD2s T-Mobile has sold until now, but the carrier will probably not talk numbers in the near future.
Meanwhile, if you really want a HTC HD2 right now, you can try your luck at Amazon, where the smartphone’s actually cheaper than via T-Mobile – it’s $99.99 on contract.
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