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    Default HTC HD Mini vs. HTC HD2

    <span>James from Tracy and Matt takes a┬* look at the HTC HD Mini and compares it to his HTC HD2. Enjoy!</span>
    HTC HD2 is a quad-band PPC phone with 4.3 inch WVGA capacitive touch screen, 1 GHz processor, 5MP camera, GPS, Wi-Fi and Windows Mobile 6.5 Professional.
    The HTC Touch <span>HD</span><span>mini</span> is a full touchscreen smartphone, running on the Windows Mobile 6.5 OS. This business device is equipped with a 3.2-inch touchscreen, 5MP camera and GPS.

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    testing

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    Default Re: HTC HD Mini vs. HTC HD2

    could you explain, what "full touchscreen" means ?

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    Default Re: HTC HD Mini vs. HTC HD2

    Its multitouch.. :P

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    Default Re: HTC HD Mini vs. HTC HD2

    Quote Originally Posted by marvinloess
    Its multitouch.. :P
    htc hd2 hasn't ?

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    Default Re: HTC HD Mini vs. HTC HD2

    It has multitouch

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    Default Re: HTC HD Mini vs. HTC HD2

    Quote Originally Posted by marvinloess
    It has multitouch
    ?

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    Default Re: HTC HD Mini vs. HTC HD2

    Quote Originally Posted by sword
    htc hd2 hasn't ?
    HTC hd2 has multitouch

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    Default Re: HTC HD Mini vs. HTC HD2

    The HTC Touch HDmini is a full touchscreen smartphone

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    Default Re: HTC HD Mini vs. HTC HD2

    I Got a HTC HD2 and Love it

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    Default Re: HTC HD Mini vs. HTC HD2

    I used to own the HD2 but sold it and bought the HD mini at timtechs. The only main difference I can note is the screen size and also the processor- HD2 has the Qualcomm 1 GHz processor while the HD Mini has the 600 MHz processor. Other than than both are similarly spec'd, after all, HD mini is the miniaturized successor of the HD2. I really love HD mini's compact design plus it's also cheaper that's why I would recommend it over the HD2


 

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