HTC HD2 in hand
it is like iphone its better look camera and main thing is its applications and service i like the latest version of HTC
The HD2 probably is the best Windows mobile device on the market. IF HTC had also developed it for Android, it could have been the best phone on the planet FULLSTOP! After doing a bit of reading, it looks like we will never see this handset on Android (without running it as a virtual machine) which made my heart sink - I thought I had found my next phone. If we could prize Chou out of Bill's bed for 10 minutes, he might realise that Windows Mobile doesn't need his support and that the HD2 on Android would probably sell like the iPhone or better!!! Maybe someone will figure out how to hack it so we can run Android natively on the HD2 or better still, have it dual boot!!! Somebody wake me up
Would you please compare this to the Sony Ericsson Xperia X1 or X2? Especially the X2, it appears to have the same snappy processor but it has a thumb joystick which I find very handy when using the phone one-handed which the HD2 doesn't have.
That is the title of the thread that listed the editor's top 5 phones for business, of course i-Phone was listed in there as a business phones too, so you have to take it with a grain of salt. My HTC P4000 (now even a bit out of date, while still offering most functionality of the newer HTC's)the coolest business tool I've ever had. I love the accuracy of the handwriting recognition too. As for phones with a joystick, I have played with them too but find it a completely useless control method for my needs. I actually can't stand the little thumbstick and was rather happy when phone manufacturer's stopped using them for most phones, after a spell where they all used one.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qh7YJ-upe1s Goes over on-screen, smart keyboard, transcriber, QWERTY etc. Typical HTC, "this is how it should be done".