Excerpt: The HTC touch screen phone was a step up from my last phone. It runs on windows mobile. You can easily sync ringtones from your computer to the phone as long as you have a windows compatable pc.
Excerpt: HTC TOUCH is a class in its own. I have been using this phone since an year now. I am a very satisfied and proud owner of HTC TOUCH. It is slim and stylish looking phone. It is a windows based phone with no hardware keypad. Yes, its a keypad less phone.
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.
Summary: The classic HTC Touch is truly a milestone in the smartphone industry. When the device was first released (prior to the much anticipated iPhone 1), the Touch offered an intuitive skin (HTC TouchFlo) on top of Windows Mobile which made using it much easier than before (Windows Mobile was not optimized for finger friendly touch). The fancy cube-like interface added kinetic scrolling, a new Camera interface, and other specially designed apps for a self-sustaining ecosystem.
Summary: Initially phone looked very good but very soon it became very very slow. It keep on disconnecting calls and going in standby while i was talking to someone. Seems its a bug. Yesterday, it got switched off because of battery drained out and never got started. On showing it to customer care center, they said that its warranty is void and mother board is dead, need a replacement. I bought it only 10 months back.
Summary: This is the slowest phone i've ever owned it's like going back to dial-up days It's non-responsive and it blocks occasionally . I've had it for a little over two months and it crashed on me Spoke to seller and they were not much help Told me to call HTC Repair center and they told me that the phone is from the UK and there's nothing we can do about it so basically I have a $200 piece of garbage Don't let this happen to you stay away from this company Because they pretty...
Summary: Take the worst qualities of a touch-screen GUI interface, mix it up with the half-baked Windows Mobile OS ("We've condensed everything loathsome about Windows into a tiny box on your hip!"), put it in an under-powered package, and you've got this phone! Controls that are slow to respond to the touch*, interface elements that make almost no sense, a myriad of options and other junk to get in the way, a gawdawful web browsing experience, texting with a toothpick, a battery...
Summary: I've been using the phone for over a month, mostly using Wi-Fi for internet and application downloads. It connects automatically at home to my network. I have not connected to other hotspots, but I see a listing when they are available, but just don't which ones do not require a password pin. Wish it automatically found the unsecured hotspots for me. I love all the wealth of Microsoft apps available and most work with this phone. The touch screen is great.
Excerpt: Using it for past over 2 years. This was my first smart phone and I absolutely loved it. It was unreliable at times but overall nothing much to complain about. Rebooting occasionally kept it on track. Slowly the touch sensivity started loosing out in one corner (near start button in vertical mode) around 8 months back from now. Then gradually same started happening on the other side around 6 months ago from now.
Pros: Nice design, Lot of cool apps
Cons: Hardware is outdated, No support for ROM upgrade, No physical keyboard, Touch sensitivity of screen is bound to be lost after an year or two.