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HTC T-Mobile Shadow

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The Shadow Knows A Good Deal: HTC Shadow Smartphone (T-Mobile)

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1 February 2008
  • Excerpt: This T-Mobile Shadow made by HTC suits me just fine. My contract was up on my cell phone with another company and after seeing the Shadow I decided to graduate into the smartphone category. It does not have all the data options as some smartphones. It does have the Microsoft Windows Mobile 6.0. I can look at my Word documents and access and sync my Outlook account. The features are just right for my needs and I think the Shadow is stunning.
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Noah's HTC Shadow review

28 December 2007
  • Summary: Still, HTC and T-Mobile are to be commended for the work they did packaging the power of a Windows Mobile smartphone in a consumer-friendly offering.  Shadow’s size, style, and friendly, efficient user interface go a long way towards making advanced features like WiFi connectivity and integrated Email much easier for the non-geek to get a grasp on.
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Review: T-Mobile's Shadow, a Smartphone for Novices

17 December 2007
  • Excerpt: T-Mobile's Shadow is a smartphone that has been given a user friendly face-lift in the form of Microsoft's Neo home screen, and it also sports a new spinnable d-pad controller, as well. We test it out in this in-depth review, which includes 2 videos.
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Overall 7

T-Mobile Shadow

5 December 2007
  • Conclusion: The Shadow is slim, very attractive and hip looking, something we don't often say about MS smartphones. It does a good job of bridging the gap between a sexy-looking feature phone with entertainment on board and a business-minded device. Power users will be happy to hear the full compliment of WinMo features are there and novices will find navigating features easier.
  • Pros: Great looking, relatively small and well made. Great display, solid slider with hybrid keyboard. WiFi and Bluetooth 2.0 on board. Ample memory for running apps and storing programs. SDHC support.
  • Cons: EDGE is slow by today's standards. Battery life is short. The Neo home screen theme makes it easy to do common tasks but it's not customizable. Speakerphone is annoyingly bad.
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