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HTC HD2 T8585, HD II

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HTC HD2 T8585, HD II
HTC HD2 T8585, HD II HTC HD2 T8585, HD II HTC HD2 T8585, HD II HTC HD2 T8585, HD II
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Product Features:

  • 3G, Wi-Fi
  • 1 GHz Processor
  • 448 MB RAM, 448 MB inbuilt
  • 1230 mAh Battery
  • 4.3 inches, 480 x 800 px display
  • 5 MP Rear Camera
  • Memory Card Supported, upto 32 GB
  • Windows Mobile, v6.5
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Product Review:

  • Capacitive touch finally makes it to Windows Mobile
  • Sense UI is deeply integrated
  • Hardware is thin, gorgeous, and made from quality materials
  • Snapdragon is fast
  • Cant customize Start menu
  • Relatively large
  • Windows Mobile Marketplace has much fewer apps than iPhone Android
  • No wireless music or video downloads
HTC HD2 T8585, HD II is currently not available in any stores.
Specs Score
Very Poor
Group: Rs. 6,500 to Rs. 9,000
This Phone:
Group Rank:  #426 out of  434 mobiles
Overall Rank:  #2305 out of  3369 mobiles

Quick Specifications[See Full Specifications]

  • General:
  • Windows Mobile, v6.5
  • 1230 mAH Battery
  • Display:
  • Touch
  • 4.3 inches
  • 480 x 800 pixels
  • Camera:
  • 5 MP
  • AutoFocus
  • Flash
  • Video Recording
  • Technical:
  • 1 GHz Processor
  • 448 MB RAM
  • 448 MB Inbuilt Memory
  • Memory Card Support, upto 32 GB
  • Connectivity:
  • 3G
  • WiFi
  • Bluetooth
  • GPS
  • Extra:
  • Music Player
  • Video Player
  • FM Radio
  • 3.5mm Headphone Jack

Analysis Group Range: Rs. 6,500 to Rs. 9,000

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CPU Speed

This Device:
1 GHz
Group Avg:
1.3 GHz
Group Best:
2.5 GHz


below average
This Device:
448 MB
Group Avg:
2 GB
Group Best:
4 GB

Memory Inbuilt

below average
This Device:
448 MB
Group Avg:
16 GB
Group Best:
64 GB

Display Size

This Device:
4.3 inches
Group Avg:
5 inches
Group Best:
6 inches

Display Resolution

below average
This Device:
480 x 800 px
Group Avg:
Group Best:

Display Ppi

below average
This Device:
217 ppi
Group Avg:
294 ppi
Group Best:
459 ppi
Camera & Battery

Camera Resolution

below average
This Device:
5 MP
Group Avg:
13 MP
Group Best:
16 MP

Front Camera

This Device:
Group Avg:
5 MP
Group Best:
16 MP

Battery Size

below average
This Device:
1230 mAH
Group Avg:
2800 mAH
Group Best:
5000 mAH


below average
This Device:
11 mm
Group Avg:
8.7 mm
Group Best:
5.5 mm


This Device:
157 g
Group Avg:
152 g
Group Best:
100 g

Spec Score

below average
This Device:
Group Avg:
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Display In Groups
Has A Responsive Touch Screen
Capacitive, MultiTouch
Touch Displays offer a more interactive experience.
Has Camera
5 MP with AutoFocus
Has a camera for taking photos.
Has Flash For Camera
Dual LED
Having a camera flash allows you to take photos in low light.
Supports Memory Card
upto 32 GB
Memory cards give your device more storage capacity. So you can store more songs, photos and videos.
Supports 3G
3G Enabled Handsets give you more download speed and a faster internet experience.
Faster Download Speed
7.2 Mbps
Faster Download Speed means stream videos at real time.
Supports WiFi
You can connect to wifi hotspots in your area to experience a superior internet experience.
Supports Bluetooth v2.1
Bluetooth enables you to wirelessly listen to music and calls using bluetooth headsets.
Supports GPS
GPS is used for determining your location. You can get directions to a place with the help of GPS.
Has A 3.5mm Headphone Jack
Having 3.5mm Jack enables you to connect to large number of other devices (such as speakers, headphones) having 3.5mm Port.
Has Accelerometer
Detects motion as well as the orientation of a device (horizontally or vertically).
Has Compass
Determines direction facing relative to North, East, West and South.
Supports Video Player
Watch your favourite video songs and movies in video player. It supports MPEG4, WMV, AVI, 3GP, 3G2 file types.
Supports Music Player
Listen to your favourite songs in music player. It supports MP3, AAC, WMA, WAV, M4A (Apple lossless), AMR, MIDI etc. file types.
Supports FM Radio
Listen to your favourite radio stations on your phone. Enjoy music on the go with FM Radio.
Long Battery Standby Time
20.4 Days
With long battery standby time, phone battery can last more days without charging in idle condition.


Display In Groups
Heavy Weight
157 g
Holding Heavy weight mobile phones for long time will make your arms tired.
Low Resolution Screen
480 x 800 px
Images, videos and text will not look very sharp.
Not Very Sharp Screen
~ 217 ppi
Images, videos and text will not look very sharp. Text will be harder to read.
Low Quality Video Recording
480p @ 30fps
Recorded videos will be of low resolution and quality.
No Front Camera
Front Camera enables you to take your own photos and do videocalling (on supported mobile phones).
Limited Storage Capacity
448 MB
It means you can only store limited amount of songs, videos, photos and applications.
Fewer Processing Cores
1 Core
More cores result in better parallelism, meaning more tasks can be processed in parallel without slowing down the User Interface.
Slower CPU
1 GHz
Slower CPU has trouble in running graphics rich applications.
Limited Amount Of RAM
448 MB
Small RAM has trouble in running more applications at the same time, which makes the phone little slower.
Doesn't Support 4G
4G Enabled Handsets give you more download speed and a faster internet experience than 3G.
Can't Output To TV
You can't connect your phone to a TV.
Short Battery Talk Time
6.3 Hours
With short battery talk time, you won't be able to talk continuously on the phone for a long period of time without charging.

Full Specifications

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Sim Type:GSM
Dual Sim:No
Device Type:Smartphone
Release Date:October, 2009
Dimensions:120.5 x 67 x 11 mm
Weight:157 g
Form Factor:Classic (Candybar)
Type:Color TFT screen, 65K colors
Touch:Yes, with Multitouch
Size:4.3 inches, 480 x 800 pixels
PPI:~ 217 PPI
RAM:448 MB
Internal:448 MB inbuilt, 512 MB ROM
Card Slot:Yes, upto 32 GB
3G:Yes, 7.2 Mbps Download, 2 Mbps Upload
Bluetooth:Yes, v2.1
USB:Yes, microUSB v2.0
GPS:Yes, with A-GPS Support
Sensors:Accelerometer, Compass
3.5mm Headphone Jack:Yes
Camera:Yes, 5 MP with autofocus
Dual Camera:No
Features:Geo tagging
Video Recording:Yes, 480p @ 30fps
Flash:Dual LED
Front Camera:No
OS:Windows Mobile, v6.5
CPU:1 GHz, Snapdragon Processor
Java:Yes, MIDP v2
Browser:Yes, supports HTML
Supports:MMS, Instant Messaging, Voice Recording, Voice Commands, Calendar
Music:MP3, AAC, WMA, WAV, M4A (Apple lossless), AMR, MIDI
Video:MPEG4, WMV, AVI, 3GP, 3G2
FM Radio:Yes
Document Reader:Yes
Size:1230 mAh, Li-ion Battery
Standby time:20.4 days, 16.3 days on 3G
Talk time:6.3 hours, 5.7 hours on 3G
Music Playback time:12 hours
Expert Rating
Very Good
Based on 11 Reviews
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  • Huge 4.3" 65K-color WVGA glass-covered capacitive touchscreen
  • Multi-touch input
  • Windows Mobile 6.5 Professional OS with Sense UI
  • Qualcomm Snapdragon QSD8250 1 GHz CPU and 448MB RAM
  • Quad-band GSM support
  • It's a pretty large phone
  • Poor sunlight legibility
  • 65K color limitation of display has color gradients banding
  • Card slot under the battery cover
  • Disappointing photo and video quality
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  • HTC Sense UI
  • Slick industrial design
  • Outdated Windows Mobile OS
  • Lack of compelling applications
  • Could be too big for some users
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  • Stunning screen
  • Spectacular video playback
  • Fast CPU
  • Smooth HTC Sense interface layer
  • Slim design feels expensive.
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    • Fast processor
    • Decent range of media playback options
    • Dual LED flash for the camera
    • Sense integration into Windows Mobile
    • Screen is far too big for some
    • Messaging is fiddly
    • Phone can still slow down on the odd occasion
    • Opera doesn't support Flash playback
    • Poor camera
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    • Windows Mobile with capacitive screen
    • Socially-oriented Sense interface
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    • The boxed headset could have been better
    • Snapshots lack enough details
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