Excerpt: Hello my name is Brian and I am writing this review for the T-mobile HTC Dash smart phone. I was very tired of my old phone which was a T-Mobile Motorola Rizr Z3 and I wanted to find a nice new phone or pocket pc.
Excerpt: With many high-tech smartphones out there such as the iPhone and Blackberry, there is not much room to boast about the old T-Mobile Dash. However, for anyone that plans on buying it used or what not, let’s look at all the specs of the HTC device.
Summary: At $50 its a great buy as a backup phone. Beware of setup issues. Opt for newer Android version since its easier to use and setup. Windows phone software on phone not supported by Microsoft, so no updates.
Wish I would have known there was a problem with the phone before I bought.
6 March 2012
Summary: Bought this phone because I had one that I really liked but was not working and wanted to replace it. My SIM card did not work in the phone I bought. Spent much time with TMobile to resolve but in the end the phone did not work for me.
Summary: The phone is what you would expect from a Windows Mobile phone. The features are great and are enhance thanks to HTC's custom hubs. Good for messaging thanks to its quite rooming qwerty keyboard, has a few apps and from the marketplace. Overall a good device for any teenager or even business user. Don't expect much from the 2 megapixel camera though, it does the job but nothing too fancy!
Summary: A excellent cell phone for texting especially you familiar with Window Mobile Application. Wi-fi work perfect with tiny screen. Only for email is OK, for for web surfing. Button nice position.Easy to unlock , only USD 6 through eBay auction . I downloaded a application to read Chinese without any problem. 100% recommended to those people like texting and need roaming outside US (better unlock to use local SIM card to save the charge).