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HTC Touch Dual / P5500
4.7 out of 10

HTC Touch Dual / P5500

Today HTC announced the Touch Dual, a device that adds a keypad Read more

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Overall 10
Design 9


jk99, Phone Arena
31 July 2010
  • Excerpt: this phone is fantastic i had previously a lg ks360 and got this phone overall this is much better. It is touchscreen and the ks360 isnt this fantastic phone is 3g it is a windows mobile so you can use things like internet explorer and microsoft office overall this phone i would recommend over the...
  • Pros: is a windows mobile, touchscreen, 3g, predictive texting
  • Cons: you have to have usb headphones rather than normal headphones
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Overall 6


Paul R. Bottse, Amazon
8 June 2010
  • Summary: I was a little disappointed. The unit had no WiFi connection options. My mistake, but all work good.
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Overall 4
Design 6

HTC Touch Dual - absolute garbage

Lawyer, Phone Arena
18 October 2009
  • Excerpt: Keep away from the Touch Dual at all costs. It may be function rich but the touch screen fails and requires expensive repairs. A buddy had an HTC and the screen failed within 8 months - mine stopped working 1 month outside of warranty.
  • Pros: Function rich especially the Mobile Windows features
  • Cons: Poor quality - Touch screen needs repairs within 8 - 12 months, Very poor customer service
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Overall 2

Great at first... then completely horrible

emoney3265, Phone Scoop
5 July 2009
  • Excerpt: I've had the phone for just over 5 months. Well it was excellent for the first three months or so. Windows Mobile is pretty good on this phone. Then after about four months, the screen was unresponsive on the bottom if it was slid up. Now the entire touchscreen doesn't work.
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HTC touch dual

lovemehatesu, ReviewStream
27 February 2009
  • Excerpt: Htc touch dual, some people don’t like using Htc Touch just for the reason that’s it’s a touch phone and is cumber some using the stylus all the time. May be keeping this thing the company manufactured the HTC touch dual. It’s ergonomically designed which support both the …
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Overall 10

Amazing Upgrade

screwmesa, Phone Scoop
5 June 2008
  • Excerpt: I upgraded to the Touch Dual from the Tilt (8925) and have to say that I have absolutely no regrets. I was worried that I would hate the 20 key qwerty coming from the Tilt's full qwerty, but after a week of getting the new xT9 to learn the words I normally use I have no issue texting one handed.
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Overall 8

Awesome with some limitations

OMAC, Phone Scoop
3 June 2008
  • Excerpt: I use T-Mobile as my provider and had been using the MDA for two years now. My main complaints with the MDA are the slow processor, memory capacity and reception. The HTC Touch Dual takes care of the first two problems, but I find that the reception is identical to my MDA, so if you are thinking of...
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Overall 9

Touch with keys!

richolekid, Phone Scoop
4 May 2008
  • Excerpt: If you like the HTC Touch, you'll love this phone. The keyboard really opens up this device to a little more demanding email responses and application usage. Even with WM 6.1 you do need the stylus for some finicky functions (it's no iPhone)[which really isn't always a bad thing].
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Overall 9
Design 10


jane shark, Phone Arena
21 March 2008
  • Excerpt: its a great phone and it has the flippy top so you dont have to get annoyed with the touch screen its small enough to fit in my purse its an averall great phone.
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Overall 10

Design Minimalis is HSDPA

5 January 2009
  • Excerpt: HTC has launched a re-intelligent devices that feature laden. From the design and features, tools called HTC Touch Dual can be spelled differently from most mobile devices HTC previous output. The concept of touch screen similar to the model of the I-Phone and Prada.
  • Pros: Can be operated without the friction of the top of the phone
  • Cons: none
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