Reviews and Problems with HTC Mogul / XV6800 / PPC6800 / P4000
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A dated device but still good
23 July 2012
Summary: I have used this device for a few weeks now and it's pretty decent for the price I paid for it. It comes stock with Windows Mobile 6.0 but this model was upgraded to 6.1 and the UI is user friendly as long as you have a stylus. The camera is good for only being a 2.0 mega pixel and the phone's loud speaker is nice and clear. The phone features a full QWERTY keyboard which smoothly slides out for quick access.
Summary: love the windows mobile and the touch screen is very easy to use...but battery life is HORRIBLE. i have even replaced the battery and still cant get thru half a day and dont email or net or anything!! very rugged. would be great phone for a kid. dont leave the data turned on your cell plan unless you want a lot of charges. mine kept connecting on its own and would run up my bill. you do not need to add a data plan to use this phone at all.
Summary: The HTC Touch Pro, which I have programmed for Boost Mobile, works well for many things. It certainly does more than Boost intends with the $50/mo unlimited month-to-month plan. It does, however have a couple shortcomings that should be addressed. Pros: Full HTML web browser, capable of streaming video content at CDMA EVDO speeds. Full slider QWERTY keyboard makes typing without looking manageable.
Summary: After reading some reviews for this phone I though that was going to be the next best thing rather to owning an Android without paying the expensive internet fees. Well, the phone is ok. Is rather big in comparison to my Treo pro which is kind of fragile (the houssing is very thin and it seems that may crack easily) The touchflo (its how you can use you finger to open screens) does not compare to the Iphone or Ipod touch screen.
Summary: Well I noticed that it doesn't respond quickly. It seems that it always needs to be calibrated. The touch screen is not very sensitive. Hard to navigate through. Now, with the good stuff... fun to use, great to get on line with!!! Plus I got a real good deal on it!
Summary: This is my first smart phone so I can't really compare it to another cell phone. The phone operates on windows mobile 6.1 that has been visually enhanced by the HTC 3D flow interface. Overall I like it because of it's capabilities and what I was looking for in a smart phone (3G and WiFi capable).
Excerpt: I got the mogul around a year ago. It is a nice phone with a nice keyboard. It has no anamations like the touch pro phone, it is slow, locks up all the time, and the screen sometimes does not reconize any touches of the finger. I say that they could have made a better phone, especially for the high price..
Excerpt: I've got one on my second line, and honestly, for the size of the phone, it's really packed. Pros: Windows interface is easy to learn Mine had great battery life. Cons: Initially it had nothing in the way of GPS based navigation support. (Sprint users can get an update for this by calling customer care) The overall size was a little much for me.
Excerpt: I got the verizon version of the mogul (the xv6800) and yes at first i was extremely impressed with the features and functionability. This was my second smartphone, the first being a Treo 650 (which i love, amd am using for the time being) The internet speed was very good for IE, and the slide out keyboard buttons were large and perfect for my fat fingers. I pumped out thousands of messages with ease.