Summary: I'm replacing a an other HTC windows phone and I miss: I can't syncronice with my PC any more. I must sync. with hotmail only and the problem is that my notes are not included in the sync and there is no way to convert them to the version of OneNote included in HD7. Since you can not connect it, there is no way to download a file or inspect your phone contents, if you need a Word text for example, the only way is to send it by mail or maybe re-type it.
Summary: I bought the Touch HD in November 2008, after some frustration with the original Iphone. On the positive side, I gotta say this is one of the most complete handsets available on the market, it has almost everything a smartphone could have: GSM quad band, 3G, wifi, large 3.8" display, WVGA resolution 480x800 pixels. However after 6 months of use I have to say the phone disappoints and I don't recommend it for these reasons: 1.- Windows Mobile.
Summary: Well I've had 3 of this same phone, And 2 of the 3 had Freeze up issues, I would pass up this phone to get a Touch Diamond. This phone has no Built-in wifi. Rate 7 out of 10. Phone can be Fully Flashed to Cricket with working internet and picture messaging. Nice phone but I would not pay over $120 for the phone here on ebay BOTTOM LINE!!!!
Summary: I buy for proobe it, and sell it immediately impressed with the number of features available on this inexpensive phone. It has a 1M-pixel camera, video camera, and speakerphone. The NewPhone's size is perfect for carrying in a pocket and the battery has a pretty good lifespan of roughly 4 hours.
Excerpt: "...a bad design, with the htc logo and symbols for connecting and ending calls, home and go back clearly shown at the bottom. There is a light indicator at the top for charging. The casing is nice and easy to remove, once you know how to, and the SIM, memory card and battery storage are very easy to find, and just a little fiddly to use. ===Interface=== The background was quite plain when I first bought the phone, but you can customise this to make ...
Pros: Fairly simple for a smart phone, battery life ok
Cons: Out of date, requires a stylus to use touch screen
Summary: Although I'm not a big fan of Windows Mobile, I was obliged by my company to use a phone with this platform. If you don't have this obligation...I'd say: "Try to avoid it".... Other than that, after some research I think this is the best phone on the market at this moment when you look at WM smart phones. Benefits: - Look & feel of the hardware (comparable to the IPhone) - Movies in HD format Concerns: - WM platform (really slow..
Summary: Most of the functions of this smartphone are pretty good - it comes with many applications, the Opera browser & youtube runs well and it has a very good battery life (with not too much browsing a single charge lasted about 8 days). A couple of main issues: despite being 5 megapixel, the camera is absolutely useless indoors or anywhere there is low light and if you are filming, the picture is very wavy - its not bad outdoors on a bright day though.
Summary: Two things I am not at all happy with this phone. Unfortunately HTC does not mention them in the product tour/ feature list: 1. G-Sensor does not work with ALL applications except 'Opera' (Internet browser). The biggest drawback of this 'bug' with the TouchFlow is that the user can't make use of the wide QWERTY keyboard which is most convenient for typing (gives more space for touch sensitivity & character recognition) 2.
Pros: Looks and feel.
Cons: TouchFlow and Design from usability perspective