Conclusion: The HTC Imagio from Verizon Wireless is a fine handset. The stylish and sleek looks may have people think you are using an iPhone until they see the front and notice it isn’t. Would I purchase one for my personal usage? That answer is no. It is not a bad phone don’t get me wrong.
Conclusion: The Imagio is a step in the right direction for both Verizon and HTC. We love how easy it is to navigate and access everything on the handset, as Windows Mobile 6.5 proves highly intuitive, and for that, we’re grateful.
Pros: TouchFlo 3D interface, clean styling throughout, solid feel
Cons: Heavy, typing out an e-mail or text message without the stylus is frustrating, slow start-up time.
Excerpt: Below you can watch nearly a twenty-minute video review of HTC Imagio, consisting of two completing parts. HTC Imagio is the updated smartphone HTC Touch HD for Verizon Wireless. The device offers a…
Summary: At $199, the HTC Imagio is a fairly priced smart phone for what you get: the solid TouchFLO user interface, a good camera/camcorder, Wi-Fi, TV, GPS, and a sleek design. If you want to sacrifice the TV for a full QWERTY keyboard, we suggest you check out the HTC Touch Pro 2 , which has much of the...
Conclusion: The HTC Imagio has made it to the top of our smartphone list-- we love it. The super-sized touch screen is attractive, clear and easy to use for touch, and TouchFLO 3D performs well and vastly improves the Windows Mobile experience.
Pros: Huge high res screen, slim, Mobile TV.
Cons: Large, V Cast apps are a little laggy and buggy.
Excerpt: Antes apontado como um rumor, o HTC Imagio agora é confirmado com um anuncio por parte da Verizon, que estará disponibilizando a partir do dia 6 de Outubro este smartphone na América do Norte.