The HD2 has only been on the market for a few weeks, and had been launched to reportedly good sales – it was certainly one of the most promising WinMo phones we’d ever seen.
However Vodafone has decided to ditch it, with a spokesperson saying: "We are not re-stocking the HTC HD2 for general consumer sales once current stock runs out. We have had a massive amount of interest in it, and our initial stock sold out quickly.
"Subsequent deliveries have been used to fulfil backorders, but we are not looking to re-stock the device."
Vodafone has suggested that its portfolio in 2010 had no room for the device, especially with the introduction of the iPhone sometime in January.
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