Excerpt: Look, it's not a BAD phone if your not using it for anything except for a couple apps and phone calls. Other than that it sucks crap... The one of the best things about it is that it is damn near impossible to break. You can drop it from my height (5"10" or 180cm) onto concrete and you lose no data or phone. You may have to go hunting for bottom which flies off.
Pros: Almost impossible to break, Great screen, Great for phone calls, Curved bottom (where the microphone is located) for better sound quality for the reciver
Cons: Bad social networking, Typical Android keyboard, Totally lags out if there is too much stuff
Excerpt: Need to restart this phone on average ever 2 days, It will only support the bare minimum of apps cause of the small amount of system memory, if I wasn't locked into a 2 year plan I would have brought it back within a few weeks of getting it. I'll never buy anything from HTC again.
Pros: Durable, Good Internet Connection, so far as the worst network in australia will allow.
Cons: To few memory, Slow response, Slow keyboard imput, Needs to be reset often.
Summary: I was in the market for an unlocked Android phone, preferably one backed by a solid community. That meant HTC or Samsung. I decided to get a Desire, and I'm not looking back. Coming from a Blackberry Curve, this was a huge upgrade. The browser's great: I tried every website that I can think of and it renders correctly.
Summary: HTC always makes a good phone. This one is great so far but the battery seems to run down quick. I'm still trying to figure out all the things it can do at this point. It is a nice slim phone with a large screen which is great for those of us who have a hard time seeing close up. :) The internet seems quite fast, faster than other smart phones I've had. Overall I like the phone but I need to get use to how to use it.
Excerpt: The phone is very cool ..........but it has some disadvantages .......like you cant install all games on it because most games work slow cuzz of it's CPU, and the internal storage is too low you can only install 20 applications on it even with the ffoyo update when you install on the sd card it gets really slow and boring, and not supporting the ad hoc networks is a really big problem for me,in the end if you are a guy who looks for a fast phone to play all games on it...
Pros: screen colors are close to super amoled, sense UI is very nice and fast, scratch resistance design, The optical trackpad is very fun to use
Cons: No (ad-hoc) wifi support, No Divx video support, internal storage is too low, no 720p video recording, The screen gets invisible in front of sunlight....Which is very hard to see, applications get slow when you install more than 10 apps, no Multitasking
great phone with large display. got a wifi issue!!!
8 February 2011
Summary: great phone i was dreaming to buy a "HTC HD 7" at last i brought and got an issue with connecting to the wifi. i guess that with the operating system and i ask support with the windows mobile team and they ask me to re-set the phone and try once., i able to connect public wifi but not every one.
Summary: After the frustration with the Hero, I wanted a better android phone, since I'm pretty familiar with the HTC sense and interface, therefore , I decide to look for another one from the manufacturer of HTC,after read all the reviews of the EVO 4g , also, my nephew , also have one,and then later I found out , his brother also have one, since it's long way till our contract expired from Sprint,which doesn't qualified for a upgrading, hence this purchase from ebay.I did, want...
Summary: Fast cell phone with lots of horsepower. Nice blend of physical controls and touch screen. Exterior build quality not as good as my first generation iphone, but I can buy a tough case or something similar to provide as much protection as I want or need. Good screen resolution, great android 2.2 (froyo) system installed, great interface (HTC Sense), and lots of apps to choose from (Android Market).
Summary: This phone is great. It's one of the least expensive Android phones on the market, yet it has basically everything you need; 3G, WiFi, a 3.2Mp camera, Fm Radio, Media Player...and the amazing HTC Sense Technology is so cool! The phone's compactness makes it easy to carry around - and it fits on the palm of your hands. It's got a 2.8-inch resistive touch screen (a disadvantage bacause you wont have the best touch experience - capacitive screens are much better).
Summary: Very Quick System. namely 4 GB Flash on 256 MB of RAM, WiFi (802.11 b/g), an accelerometer, a compass, multi-touch capacity screen (WVGA resolution (800x480 pixels)), and GPS sensors (1). The Windows Phone 7 will also only accept applications that are built in Silverlight, XNA, and .Net, and applications will be supported only through Microsoft's Marketplace.