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New Sections Added to xda-developers: Desire HD and Desire Z Forums Now Online
With the advent of new devices for this holiday season, we at xda-developers want to make sure that we are prepared and ready to keep on being the top, most up to date, community for smartphone enthusiasts world-wide. With that in mind, we are proud to announce the introduction of two new sub-forums to our ever growing list of devices: The HTC Desire HD and the HTC Desire Z.
There have been lots of rumors and many specs leaked out in the last few months regarding these two devices. So, we thought that it was a good time to bring these two forums to the open.
Have you seen anything regarding these? Are you aware of release times? Join the discussions and share anything on your mind with other people waiting for the final release of these devices.
You can find the Desire HD forums here.
You can find the Desire Z forums here.
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