HTC HD2 users have noticed a problem with its camera when a pink dot appears in every picture taken by this smart phone. This problem has been reported to HTC, and in the beginning they thought its a hardware problem and they have exchanged the HTC HD2 phones by giving new HTC HD2 phones to their customers.

See also:

HTC HD2 Mobile Phone Specifications
Watch HTC HD2 Interesting Videos

Now, HTC conformed that the HTC HD2 camera vulnerability is a software issue which will be resolved soon. According to HTC Customer Care:

“We have identified a software issue affecting HTC HD2 cameras. We take this matter very seriously and already have a patch in a form of a hotfix in development. This will be released as soon as possible. Updates for this product will be released via our support pages, and in the case of Network Devices you will normally still be able to apply hotfixes to the device.”

So, if you stop yourself from purchasing this HTC HD2 phone because of its camera vulnerability issue then now you must get clear because of above HTC message.

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