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MWC: T-Mobile Windows Mobile 6.5 HTC HD2 to Come With Bundled Extras

By Chuong Nguyen February 16, 2010, 5:37 am

T-Mobile has stated that there would be some surprises for the launch of the HTC HD2 on US shores, and indeed the company has announced that the Windows Mobile 6.5 device with a capacitive touchscreen will come with some extra software and goodies that will make it enticing, despite a late release, which is now slated for Spring 2010. The device will come with Blockbuster On-Demand for downloading and viewing movies—nice touch to combat the iTunes ecosystem on the iPhone and awaiting Windows Phone 7 Series' Zune integration—a Barnes & Noble eReader application (which makes it odd to see a Borders logo on the leaked eReader tab on Sense UI), a 16 GB micro SDHC card pre-loaded with the Transformers movie, and complimentary 6 months of Gogo in-flight WiFi service for the traveling business customers.


Given the precarious timing of the HTC HD2 announcement for T-Mobile USA, we're wondering if Windows Mobile users looking at the HTC HD2 from a few months ago would jump the gun "this spring" or wait for later in the year with the arrival of Windows Phone 7 Series? Tough questions.

(via: Engadget)

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