Reviews and Problems with HTC Mogul / XV6800 / PPC6800 / P4000
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Review: HTC PPC-6800 Mogul (Sprint)
28 August 2007
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.
Excerpt: I took Sprint’s new smartphone with me on the commuter train, hoping someone might mistake it for an iPhone, snap some secretive pics of me, and post them on Gizmodo. No one was even remotely fooled.
Pros: Speedy EVDO service for rapid web surfing. Sliding keyboard keeps the QWERTY out of the way until you really need it. 48MB onboard memory and microSD expansion slot leave plenty of room for photos and music. Solidly constructed.
Cons: Ugly. Excessive input options — buttons, keyboard, stylus, voice — leave you more confused than satisfied. Slow camera shutter speed. What, only 2 megapixels?
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.