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HTC Desire HD Coming To T-Mobile In 'Next Few Weeks'

HTC's upcoming Desire HD Android-based smartphone is heading to T-Mobile in the next few weeks, with Vodafone also set to be launching the phone on October 14th.

According to tech news site T3, a source within the company has confirmed that T-Mobile has already begun piling-up the highly awaited smartphone and will launch it in the "next few weeks".

Vodafone, on the other hand, has already opened its doors for pre-orders of the smartphone, which will be available to its customers for free on monthly contracts ranging from £35 to £55.

Users willing to pay to own the smartphone will have to pay anything between £25-£30 for a monthly contract with Vodafone.

The new HTC Desire HD smartphone, which was showcased during a recent HTC conference in London, will come with Android 2.2 OS, a 8 MP camera with support for HD video recording, 1 GHz processor and a 4.3 inch LCD screen.

The smartphone will also sport the new HTC Sense UI, with HTC announcing online support for the UI similar to Apple's MobileMe for the iPhone. monitors all leading technology stories and rounds them up to help you save time hunting them down.