Summary: While some found fault in Mogul’s keyboard for being too mushy or otherwise not providing enough tactile feedback, I really enjoyed using it for everything from calendar entries to writing and emailing blog posts. Mogul’s compact size is small enough to slip into a (roomy) pocket, and its solid build quality and 400 MHz processor speak to its road warrior mentality.
Excerpt: HTC Mogul Cell Phone Review ?????????????? With the new HTC Mogul, HTC is determined to capture the smartphone market With its multi-featured offering. It comes with a 5-way navigation button and the click wheel. The plethora of buttons Provides one push access to many features. Though the calendar Could use a face lift, you can not begrudge the way it works Perfectly with Outlook. Office Mobile is present, Which Is Also useful. The HTC Mogul [...
Excerpt: To the surprise of some, companies continue to make handsets even after the Jobsian conception of the Jesus Phone, or, as it’s more commonly known to PC users, the iPhone. Rather than proving itself to be the phone of phones (see review here ), it is clear that we remain in a polytelephonic universe in which a number of devices, including HTC’s Mogul, show themselves to be worthy mobile handset options.
Pros: EVDO; Windows Mobile 6; Office Mobile; good voice quality
Excerpt: The HTC Mogul smartphone is a PC and cell phone in one. It comes with Windows Mobile 6 Professional that opens up on-the-go applications like Word, Excel and PowerPoint. The best part is the SD card slot that will hold up to a 4 GB memory card.
Conclusion: In the end, the Mogul does a lot of things better. It does a lot of things the same as devices five years ago. And, it does something things better, but still ticking people off the same way devices did five years ago. Mogul is a minor revision to the PPC-6700, with Windows Mobile 6, EV-DO Rev A (somewhere off in the land of firmware updates), and Bluetooth 2.0. That would have been a great device for the start of 2007.
Conclusion: A very strong offering from Sprint, and a worthy, if not overdue, successor to the PPC-6700. The Mogul is manageable in size, powerful in terms of processing performance and storage memory and it has fast EVDO (with a promised upgrade to the faster Rev. A) for pleasingly fast data performance.
Excerpt: The HTC 6800 is the same phone as the P4000 Mogul (also known as the Titan) available with Telus, Verizon and Sprint. The main difference between the phones is color. Bell's 6800 is blue. For more information on this phone, visit the HTC P4000 Mogul information page.