Reviews and Problems with HTC Ozone / Captain / Chief / Maple / Cedar / Willow (s511) / Snap (s510) / Dash 3G
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8 August 2009
Conclusion: We’ve waited a long time to see a follow-up device to the T-Mobile Dash, and the replacement doesn’t disappoint. This time around three U.S. carriers jumped on board. The HTC Snap offers Sprint customers the newest Windows Mobile non-touch screen smartphone with a nice HTC slide panel Home Screen,...
Pros: Slim smartphone with nice QWERTY, strong software bundle., Slim phone, good QWERTY with dedicated keys to launch most used apps. Strong software bundle. Sprint Navigation works smoothly with the GPS.
Cons: No Wi-Fi. No trackball like the T-Mobile version., No trackball, Sprint TV isn’t smooth. No Wi-Fi.
Excerpt: With HTC’s focus on higher-end touch screen devices such as its Touch line, it’s good to see they haven’t forgotten the tried and true, perennially popular candy bar QWERTY, a design which continues to hold its own as Blackjacks, BlackBerries and others.
Conclusion: At $49.99 this is entry-level stuff and it shows with the handset coming through as a good emailer if you are a Windows fan over BlackBerry and Nokia's S60 interfaces. That said this really isn't that exciting and the thought of being lumbered with this handset for 2 years kind of scares us.
Pros: Solid, Wi-Fi
Cons: Keyboard fiddly, 2-megapixel camera, Windows Mobile 6.1
Summary: The HTC Snap is a top alternative to a BlackBerry. Although the screen is small and it runs on Windows Mobile, it’s not a chore to use, especially with a responsive keyboard. A microSD card will be needed if you plan on adding lots of apps, but this is no huge expense.
Summary: Sie können sich bestimmt vorstellen, dass man als Handytester viele Mobiltelefone öffnen muss. Dabei entwickelt man eine gewisse Routine. Aber beim HTC Snap fühlten wir uns ein bisschen wie die Vorzeitmenschen aus Stanley Kubricks "2001: Odyssee im Weltraum".
Pros: Gute Ergonomie, Viele Office Anwendungen, Schnell im Internet