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We brought you the first news of the HTC HD2 headed for T-Mobile. We brought you the first look at the new Sense 2.5 documents tab. Now here's a look at the ROM actually on an HD2, courtesy of hdblog.it. As you can see, multitouch is enabled, at least in the documents tab. Peep the video after the break.

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10 Comments
  • Can't wait to get it. Microsoft, HTC, and T-Mobile perfect combination!
  • sweet i wonder how much it will cost to buy it with out a contract
  • if the past is any indication without a contract most likely $500. - $650.
  • That's actually pretty reasonable without a contract. Hopefully it will, but Amazon is selling the international version for $920. http://www.amazon.com/HTC-T8585EUBLK-Unlocked-Smartphone-Windows/dp/B003... Might come down a bit by T-Mo so they don't price themselves out of customers.
  • just give them your arm and your leg and we'll call it even.
  • That sounds like a fair deal.. (can you tell that I *really* like this phone?) :)
  • Great phone, interface, ...I'm in line for this one
  • Man, March is a long time to wait. I've been dying to get a new phone and this wait is killing me.
  • it would be nice if they just released some more phones with the new cpus already i would personally prefer a slider instead of this and a 1500+ battery
  • *drool* Even though Verizon hooked me up with my Touch Pro 2. I might just have to make the switch to T-mo when the time comes. I must have that power in my hands!!!