It was only officially announced today but already we're seeing a wave of new phones running on Windows Mobile 6.5. Following the LG GW750, HTC has announced the HD2, a feature heavy phone that sports a whopping 4.3-inch touch-screen. This isn't just any touch-screen mind. The HTC HD2 is the first Windows phone to boast a capacitive touch-screen enabling iPhone-esque finger pinches to zoom in and out of photos and websites.
Running on super-quick 1Ghz Snapdragon processor HTC has coated the HD2 in its own HTC Sense skin that displays all your individual communication, be it text conversations, email exchange or Facebook updates into one onscreen view. The manufacturer has also included a Windows-based version of its Twitter application called HTC Peep. Using the five-megapixel camera, consumers will be able to upload pictures directly to both Twitter and Facebook.
The HTC HD2, formerly known as the HTC Leo, will be available later this month though pricing details and operator information is yet to be announced.