HTC HD2, SIM free, £275 @ Froomoo

HTC HD2, SIM free, £275 @ FroomooGet this HTC HD2 deal @ Froomoo

Ok, this might be a poorly timed deal given the fact that Microsoft has announced it’s pulling support for Windows Mobile on July 15. On the other hand, Windows Mobile is still outselling Windows Phone 7 at the moment. And, with a bit of geeky tinkering, you can get WP7 or Android running on your HTC HD2.

Yeah, so, the HTC HD2 – if you fancy it – is available from Froomoo for £274.99, SIM free. I should definitely point out that UK delivery is an extra £9.99, making the grand total £284.98.

The HTC HD2 has a meaty 4.3in display, 1GHz processor and 5MP camera, and runs Windows Mobile 6.5 Professional (full specs).

(Thanks to mrew42 at HUKD)

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mrew42  May. 23, 2011 at 15:04

Just for the sheer flexibility, coupled with a big dollop of geekyness, I might be tempted to get one to replace my Desire.....
But then I'd never get any work done :)

JanSt / MOD  May. 23, 2011 at 15:12

I think by law every citizen should have one of these.
Excellent phone even if you don't want to tinker with it.
I really consider buy (another) one...

JanSt / MOD  May. 23, 2011 at 15:18

PS don't worry about MS pulling 'support'. The OS is stable, and apps are available from countless sources, most better than MS's marketplace.
The built in Opera browser, with a couple of tweaks, still beats all other browsers imho.
And despite the 4.3'' screen battery life is probably better than that of any 4'' + Android.
The email client is easily the best on any mobile out there - incl Blackberry.

mrew42  May. 23, 2011 at 15:39

It would be extremely useful to have the multiple boot option as I support the infrastructure that is the backend of my companies Mobile Phone Banking App. This will help me cover off more of the OS's available. Managers get Blackberry's (including me), Execs get iPhones/Pads, plebs (no offence) get Nokias, so a WIN/Android hybrid would be just splendid.

emmajk42 / MOD  May. 23, 2011 at 16:48

I'd never heard of Froomoo before... Glad to see that even though they're non-UK, you don't have to worry about extra VAT or fees.


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