The HTC Touch Pro was a great start to a new model
9 September 2012
Excerpt: I upgraded from the HTC Touch which was slim and keyboardless to the HTC Touch Pro. It was a drastic change due to it's small form factor and mini keyboard. The camera and flash at the time were better than it's competitors. The battery life was mediocre due to the lack of an energy friendly OS. I ended up exchanging or replacing this model at least 5 times due to the screen freezing or constant system reboots.
Excerpt: A reason why you should never judge a book by it's cover. Not in a good way. When I first got the phone I was in love with it, but after a while it started to freeze the battery dies quickly. I had to restart it I don't know how many times. It does have it good qualities. It can connct to any wifi anywhere as long as it isn't security-enabled and the qwerty keyboard should make most phones envious, along with a few other things.
Excerpt: The HTC Touch Pro from Sprint was one of the better phones I had. However there were many glitches with the software that came pre installed. As I had the phone, the problems just became worse and worse until I finally had to take it in to a Sprint Store and exchange it. After doing this twice, Sprint upgraded me to a Touch Pro 2 on their service. A much better phone. Over all, the Touch Pro is a mediocre phone at best.
Excerpt: This phone is beautiful and easy to use once one is used to the touchflo system. I upgraded to this version since my previous phone, HTC Touch, had a virtual keyboard that I had a hard time using. I love the large keyboard and the Touch Flo system. However, the negatives are that there is a lack of applications and since I am a heavy application user so I am frustrated that I have to take my iTouch to use the applications.
Excerpt: I'm running the Sprint edition of the HTC Touch Pro (Raphael). It's a decent touch screen phone with a resistive screen. WinMo is good for running whatever you want, being able to tweak and change things. In that way it's like a Windows PC. Stock, this has WinMo 6.1. 6.5 is a lot better as far as being more touch-friendly and less stylus needed.
Excerpt: This was a great phone starting out, but within 3 months I had to have my phone replaced because my keyboard broke. Then a few months later my battery messed up and my phone would not stay turned on, I loved this phone at first but now I cant wait to get rid of it.
Excerpt: The phone is ok, not worth the amount paid but ok, the network it is on i think causes it alot of problems, atnt that is. htc customer service is great, atnt is not, so get this phone on another network and you may be great, love the slide out keyboard and all the aps, and like the touch screen but locking it sucks.
Fun phone if you aren't a heavy user & can charge it twice a day
9 September 2012
Excerpt: I am reviewing Alltel's HTC Touch Pro cell phone. This phone has a lot of neat features, but I find the Touch-Flo interface to be cool looking but inefficient for daily use. The battery life of the phone for moderate use is about half a day, which is annoying for those of us who leave the house and work all day.
Excerpt: I aquired the HTC touch Pro after having a motorola phone for 5 years... time for an upgrade. I had the phone for about 6-7 months. In those 6-7 months i learned to love the features of this phone. Most enjoyably the Windows based software. It was easy to go from using my home comouter to using this phone. I did like the applications that were avaialble for this phone and also the capacity of information it would hold.
Excerpt: I needed to get a smart phone asap for my financial services business. Since it was time for my upgrade with AT&T, I decided to get this phone...guess why?...because it was free of course! My main complaint is the phone freezes all the time and the screen blanks out so much while I am making calls. The blanked out screen is really inconvenient in this menu crazed automated world where you have to press options for customer service.