"Finally a amart phone that can do everything you want."4.5 starson by Primus_Asterix
Pros: big screen, multitouch, CPU power, WinMo functionality, design
Cons: WiMo 6.5 UI
Summary: It is not iPhone killer, because only Apple can do a product like that, but it's much better.After finishing all the configurations and costumizations, i can say that only time i had to go into windows settings, was when i wanted to set my email. Everything else can be done by very intuitive Sense UI.
Let me explain:
iPhone is consumer product : HTC HD2 is an enterprice product
iPhone comes with iTunes : HTC HD2 comes with Office and Exchange
iPhone is iPod with phone : HTC HD2 is PocketPC with phone
iPhone has Apple badge on back : HTC HD2 doesn't
If you want an iPod with phone, you are iStore and iTunes user, then iPhone is exactly what you need.
If you want enterprice software on your phone or just watch Divx movies that you downloaded from bittorrent - go after HTC HD2.
Only think i don't like on this phone is Windows Mobile 6.5 that you find once you go into settings and this is only reason i am giving this phone 9/10.
But there is a good news: MS is developing WinMo 7 and this is first phone that will support it. Not only that - as soon as WinMo 7 is launche, HTC will release WinMo 7 update for this phone.
Updated on Jan 26, 2010
There are one minor things i don't like - i have to click 3 times to get to task manager, so i can close all applications.
Because phone has a big memory and fast CPU, i didn't really see any slowdown after i had 10 applications running, but having facebook, opera, skype,.... running in background makes me worry about by phone bill.
I would really like to see a more easy way to close programs.