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.