Excerpt: Yes, it is possible to put a different os on this phone but why should anyone have to deal with such a hassle anyways. I felt like the Windows system dropped these phones 3 points due to sluggishness and complexity alone. They should stick to what they know best, computers. Summary: A nice phone, but there are better ones available, and for a similar amount.
Summary: This is a great phone , I love it. It is easy to nagivigate and is the perfect HTC touch , and I would and have recommended it to anyone looking for a new phone. I have had an I-Phone for a while and really enjoy it , but this is really great phone and I have not been dissapointed at all.
Excerpt: Apparently, there can’t be anything done to change this, unless I keep my usage on internet to minimum and mostly use the phone for conversation and text messages. So, what good is a smart phone if I can only depend on it for the basic usage? All in all, HTC Touch is a great phone and short of having to purchase another similar device, it has the above mentioned issues that can’t be resolved until now.
Excerpt: Easy to use, but with everything you need to not hate her, as for its advantages as well have said I’m mostly with his physical and the battery life. Even one day while using the phone it accidentally dropped from my hand from certain hand and to my surprise it doesn’t get even one scratch which really shows its durability. What I would mark as negative would be to place cards and above all be connected to Mini USB, in particular the headphones.
Summary: Beautiful design and many of the features of the i-phone without a lot of the useless software for a business phone. It is a little slow sometimes but this seems to be an issue with all WM 6.0 phones. Good signal and battery life. The several virtual keyboard options are a good choice for different users.
Excerpt: Fantastic little phone! The last PDA phone I had was an i-mate JAM, after the internal ariel packed up, I simply used it for solitare, then this little beauty came along. Excellent, all the fun of WM6 with added extras and the touchflo and menu system only take a short while to get used to. I'd very much recommend this phone, HTC have done a very good job overall.
Excerpt: I must say, it almost is the best phone I'm looking for. I love the whole touchscreen thing and I certainly love the new cube interface. But, as always with handy smart phones today there's a downside. The text input is quite nasty. You can popup a qwerty keyboard, which you can´t use with your vingers, simply because the keyboard hitpoints are to small. There is a larger version installed on the phone, but that one doesn´t function like i´ts suppoed to.
Summary: Great little phone. Light and easy to use if you have meduium size hands. I upgraded and this was my first Touch Screen flow. The TouchFlo can be tempermental but does work a treat. Being a Wndows device there are 1000's of 3rd party applications that make this a great phone for the gadget geek. Worth every penny and a very strong competitor to the iPhone (Which I also own).
Pros: Good music and call clarity . Infinite Upgrade Possibilities .
Cons: Texting can be slow and cumbersome . Slow to boot .
Summary: It's not an iPhone but for a brief moment in time it lead the field of touchscreen mobile telephones. Like most people, I wanted an iPhone, but I couldn't justify the big outlay and rediculous monthly fees with O2. T-Mobile offered me the Touch for free and even knocked £5 a month off the monthly tariff. Deal! The first thing you notice when you compare the Touch with the iPhone is the size.
Pros: Free, packed full of functions and very intuitive to use
Cons: Small screen and outperformed in most areas by newer phones