Telstra HTC HD2 Works On AT&T

by Gaurav Kheterpal on January 26, 2010

Telstra HTC HD2 - Works on AT&T !

Telstra HTC HD2 - Works on AT&T !

If you live in the United States and you’ve been craving to get your hands on the HTC HD2, there’s some good news – The Telstra HTC HD2 launched a short while back in Australia works like a charm on the AT&T network in United States.

Though the HTC HD2 has some performance issues if you use the Telstra ROM, they can be sorted out by using a custom ROM. Numerous internet sites have reported rumours which suggest that apart from AT&T, T-Mobile is planning to launch a boosted version of the phone with 1GB ROM and 576MB RAM as compared to the Asian counterpart which features 512 MB ROM and 448 MB. The best part is that the US HTC HD2 might have a 16 GB Micro-SD card as compared to the current 2 GB stick bundled elsewhere.


It’s surely going to be another interesting tussle between AT&T and T-Mobile. There’s no shortage of rumours which indicate that T-Mobile might well be the first and only carrier to offer HTC HD2 running on Windows Mobile 7.

The build up for HTC HD2 has been astonishing so far – it has received rave reviews from mobile enthusiasts all over the world. If there was ever a fashion super model cellphone, it has to be the HTC HD2. No wonder that AT&T and T-Mobile are chalking out aggressive plans to bring it to the US market place asap. In my opinion, this phone is surely worth the wait!

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Russ January 26, 2010 at 10:54 am

Not a rumor. Official T-Mobile HTC HD2 specs were posted yesterday, which is what triggered these so-called rumors

Russ January 26, 2010 at 10:56 am

Note, the 16GB memory isn’t a big deal. The memory is just a replaceable microSDHC card, so you can buy 32GB for $70 (a big advantage over the iPhone where you have to plop down $300 to upgrade to 32GB).

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