Excerpt: Using it for past over 2 years. This was my first smart phone and I absolutely loved it. It was unreliable at times but overall nothing much to complain about. Rebooting occasionally kept it on track. Slowly the touch sensivity started loosing out in one corner (near start button in vertical mode) around 8 months back from now. Then gradually same started happening on the other side around 6 months ago from now.
Excerpt: i got one of these phones just over 2 years ago and has been through 7 phones. It freezes quite frequantly and has an incredibly short battery life. If i dont touch it all day the battery will last maybe 13 hours and if i even call a couple people and send a couple text messages the battery might last4-6 hours tops. For suppost to be a smart phone itès not so smart.
Excerpt: Yet another prime example of the excellent work by HTC's design team, which unfortunately suffers from all the shortcomings of the Windows Mobile 6. Great form-factor, solid feel and excellent screen of the device, suffer greatly from the software ROm that is running on it (I have ran Google Android ROM on it, and although I was unable to get stable data connection with it, the functionality of the device was amazing for those few short days).
Excerpt: This my first PDA phone, and I really like it. It has everything and more... The only con I have found so far are:If you choose an MP3 song as SMS ringtone, you can't stop the song when you open the message. I mean, you open the message and it keeps going until the entire song is over, therefore, you HAVE to choose short ringtones or cut your song short.
Excerpt: The HTC “Touch” is much like an Iphone but it has some differences that I like including Windows Mobile 6 which l;ooks and acts much like the XP version on your PC and this is something I love. The HTC uses touch flow technology which allows you to use movements of your finger to control menus. For example, you swipe up to open or close menus and swipe accross to move through contacts and flick through applications.
Excerpt: The HTC touch screen phone was a step up from my last phone . It runs on windows mobile. You can easily sync ringtones from your computer to the phone as long as you have a windows compatable pc. One of the things i like most about this phone is the fact that you can take clips from your favorite MP3s and make them ringtones. The phone has a nifty fold out keyboard that makes it easy to write emails and text. This phone has internet capability.
Excerpt: HTC always have been manufacturing smart business phone but HTC touch id one step ahead of all three smart phone and has a total new experience specially with the smartly designed touch feature it has the finger sliding recognition feature of the phone is as good as the apple I phone and just gives a very pleasing experience. The phone is slightly thinner in size that the HTC P3400i set and is a windows 6 operated phone like most of the other HTC sets.
Excerpt: Wonderful little phone with some minor application issues! I love the HTC Touch because of its elegant style and beautiful graphic colors. It is also user-friendly and you actually don’t have to be an expert on cellular phones to use it. I also love the fact that I can use my MSN Messenger service without having to be in front of my computer.
Excerpt: Overall, this phone is acceptable as far a touch screen product. But if meeting all the criterion alone is not enough for you, I would advise against it. The Good: As said before, this phone boasts a large touch screen that fits comfortably with the overall design. The stylus slides into the side of the phone and is easily accessible when you need to use it for fine touch control.
Excerpt: As you know, I’m a big fan of mobile phones and everything related to mobile phone world. Lately I was thinking about changing the company mainly to acquire a new device, and chose Orange. With a good deal and to be former client, I could enjoy a completely free HTC Touch, yes, provided you have a contract with all the rolls of stay and everything related to the topic.