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 have used the HTC touch CDMA version from sprint. The best thing about it is the Touch screen, camera and the windows OS. I could do a lot with it. I particulary like to load many softwares and play many games. Also the camera was good. I wanted better quality speakers with them and wanted good resolution on screen.
Excerpt: I have the HTC PPC6800 USCellular carrier. Thought I would die if I didn't buy it.. begged my husband.. it sucks, don't buy it! I would not buy this phone if I would have known it would have so many problems. I had it less than a year, about 10 months, and it completely died on me. I lost all my contacts because I didn't back them up. I could never figure that part out.
Excerpt: The Sprint Touch has got to be one of the coolest phones I've had. The fact that its equipped with Window's Mobile is so much help for me, especially, since I'm able to use Word Mobile for my classes. I love to use twitter and the mobile web is very speedy. The only downfall to having the Sprint Touch is that you can't send MMS Picture Mail. Meaning that you can't send pictures through text messaging. The only way to send a picture mail is through email.
Excerpt: Maybe it's the phone, maybe it's the cell phone service provider (Sprint) but I've been slightly unsatisfied with my HTC Touch. In the beginning, the phone was great and satisfied all my typical cell phone needs: it placed calls, I could use it to accept calls, voicemail worked properly, etc. And as an added bonus, I could take pictures. Additional aspects that I've enjoyed with the phone are all the Windows applications that come with it.
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.
Excerpt: i got one of these phones just over 2 years ago and has been through 7 phones. It freezes quite frequantly and has an incredibly short battery life. If i dont touch it all day the battery will last maybe 13 hours and if i even call a couple people and send a couple text messages the battery might last4-6 hours tops. For suppost to be a smart phone itès not so smart.
Excerpt: Yet another prime example of the excellent work by HTC's design team, which unfortunately suffers from all the shortcomings of the Windows Mobile 6. Great form-factor, solid feel and excellent screen of the device, suffer greatly from the software ROm that is running on it (I have ran Google Android ROM on it, and although I was unable to get stable data connection with it, the functionality of the device was amazing for those few short days).
Pros: - Great design, - Very solid build, - Good screen, - Highly customizable