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Vídeo: El HTC HD2 nos muestra su lado "Sense-ible"

Alberto Ballestin
October 8, 2009
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Sorprendernos a estas alturas de la vida con un terminal WinMo casi parece misión imposible, pero HTC lo ha conseguido. No sólo el HD2 es un sueño a nivel de hardware, es que además resulta difícil de creer lo extremadamente bien que se mueve todo. Claro, que con una CPU a 1 GHz y 448 MB de RAM... ¿qué otra cosa podíamos esperar?

En fin, en caso de que necesites más excusas para seguir babeando (o suspirando de desdicha, porque no todo el mundo tiene 649 euros en el bolsillo) te dejamos un vídeo promocional tras el salto en el que se detalla su vistoso interfaz Sense. Como decíamos, imposible creer que ahí debajo se esconda una ROM Windows Mobile.







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