Android fans can register for availability updates for the HTC Desire HD on T-Mobile now, as the carrier moves to capitalise on the hype surrounding the latest handset to run Google’s vogueish operating system.
A product page for the handset is up on T-Mobile's website now, along with the option to sign up for release notifications.
However, the site has yet to confirm monthly contract price points or a concrete launch date for the handset, which is the successor to the best-selling Android smartphone to date, the HTC Desire.
Alongside the new HTC effort, T-Mobile has also launched a page for the LG Optimus One Navigation Edition - a variant of the mid-range handset unveiled by the South Korean phone maker earlier this week.
Running the 2.2 version of Android, AKA Froyo, out of the box and featuring a revamped version of the HTC Sense custom user interface, the Desire HD offers an eight megapixel camera with HD video recording and a 4.3-inch touchscreen.
Also featuring Froyo, T-Mobile’s Optimus One Navigation Edition is home to a 3.2 megapixel camera, free sat nav with Google Maps and a 600Mhz processor.