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: 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: 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: touchscreen not great, you have to keep trying more than once what you were trying to do.cannot see screen at all in daylight. poor voicemail recording. hard to guess when missed call came in.
Excerpt: Ive had my mytouch for almost a year now. and honestly i love it. i originally wanted an iphone, but didnt want to leave tmobile. so i got a mytouch and im glad i did. the android platform has great apps for just about anything you could want to do. i also have tons of games and music on my phone and still have tons of memory left. there are a few things i dont like, like not being able to copy and paste or being able to insert #'s from my phone book into texts.
Excerpt: i love the mytouch it is amazing. Android is the best i think its better than iphone becuase the android system you can get a lot of free apps and ringontes and much more while on apple you have to pay for every little thing there is.
All the bells and whistles but difficult to handle
9 September 2012
Excerpt: I upgraded to the HTC Touch Phone from a Razor V3. The internet and larger screen are big pluses. However, I miss the voice recognition in the Razor for speaking telephone numbers that are not programmed in the contact list--the Touch doesn't have that function. Also, if I forget to punch "lock" on the touch screen, I generally will activate the phone by mistake on my belt clip. (Very annoying.
Excerpt: I have this phone with Verizon phone service. For a smart phone it's not bad. I have owned a couple of other smartphones, including the Q, and other than not having a real keyboard, this is a pretty good phone. It is fun to have a variey of ways to type or write, although I haven't quite gotten the hang of writing and not having to edit. I would recommend you try it out before committing, but I can get along with it all right.
Excerpt: I recently got this phone after having my Tmobile Dash phone (HTC Excalibur) for over 2 years, and I love how up-to-date this phone is compared to the Dash. I love the touchscreen. I also like many of the apps/features on this phone. I decided to pick this phone over the G1 Android phone, because the MyTouch 3G has more memory available.
Excerpt: Touch screen works amazingly. Sprint TV is also not bad for what they show. Storage and business functionality is superb.....but, no downloadable ringtones, games are some what hard to set up and limited. Windows based operating system is a little slow at times and has crashed once or twice. Wish it had a slid out keyboard.