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HP iPAQ Glisten
4.5 out of 10

HP iPAQ Glisten

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HP iPAQ Glisten

20 September 2010
  • Excerpt: HP hasn’t done much in the smartphone market to date. In 2008, they came out with three devices, the iPAQ 910, the Data Messenger and the Voice Messenger, none of which were successful. These devices, while good for the mobile professional, didn’t really have a mass market appeal.
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Overall 6

HP Glisten

11 February 2010
  • Conclusion: The HP Glisten is literally a solid Windows Mobile QWERTY bar phone. It's well-made, sturdy and not bad looking as business phones go. But we can't say it adds anything new or enticing to the mix, and there's little that's changed since the HP 910c (which was a decent smartphone).
  • Pros: QWERTY messaging phone that's well-suited to business.
  • Cons: Small, low resolution display, not a multimedia demon.
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Overall 5

HP iPAQ Glisten Review

LAPTOP Magazine
25 January 2010
  • Summary: At $179, the HP iPAQ Glisten is somewhat overpriced for what you get. Power users looking for a work and play device are much better off with a less expensive BlackBerry such as the Bold 9700 ($129), and mainstream consumers are better off with an OS and user interface that feels friendlier.
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Overall 8

Expert Review

Phone Arena
15 December 2009
  • Conclusion: Being away from the US mobile market for some time, HP definitely has one good looking Windows Mobile smartphone that gives other similar handsets a run for their money – like the Palm Treo Pro , Samsung Intrepid and HTC Snap .
  • Pros: Well-sized QWERTY, Great phone call quality, Solid construction
  • Cons: Untouched interface, Bluish color to display
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Overall 5

HP iPAQ Glisten (AT&T)

PC Magazine
10 December 2009
  • Conclusion: There are zero surprises here; the iPAQ Glisten is a mediocre business smartphone for hooking into Microsoft's enterprise ecosystem and nothing more.
  • Pros: Vibrant AMOLED touch screen. Excellent keyboard. Tight Microsoft Exchange integration.
  • Cons: Poor Web browser and media player. Disappointing camera. Weak speakerphone.
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