Excerpt: The HTC Merge is an Android powered smartphone with a slide out full QWERTY keyboard. Unveiled at CTIA 2011, the HTC Merge didn't stand out as an amazing smartphone, but did it have enough to compete with the current line up of turbo charged smartphones?
HTC Merge – CDMA-GSM hybrid, the first truly global smartphone
10 May 2011
Conclusion: The HTC Merge will be coming to Verizon this summer, and it’s said to be priced between $99 and $199 with a contract – a pretty darn good price, so if you’re a serious user who needs a no-frills smartphone that works all over the country without paying outrageous roaming fees, this will be an excellent purchase.
Summary: HTC Merge is a latest sensation from the company with some amazing features. This CDMA device runs on android operating system and delivers decent performance. The handset features a fascinating design with good display and camera. With QWERTY keypad, you are going to enjoy smooth and easy texting experience with this phone.
Pros: Supports both GSM & CDMA , High resolution screen , Elegant design
Cons: Bulky , Lack of secondary camera , Older version of Android OS , Very expensive