The HTC HD2 has been unveiled by the manufacturer, which said the handset is able to product sharper and richer content than ever before.
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The gadget is Windows-equipped and has a 4.3-inch capacitive touch display.
Performance-wise, it comes with a one-gigahertz Snapdragon processor, which is said to help improve the speed of games, videos and applications.
Peter Chou is chief executive officer at HTC and said the HD2 is the most advanced in the range so far as it incorporates HTC Sense, which is aimed at making the phone “more simple and natural to use”, he added.
“We believe that the best things in life should be experienced, not explained.”
Last month, the company unveiled the HTC Tattoo – an Android-based handset.
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