Summary: Using this tablet with AT&T so I don't use the Sprint receiver for data, but it picks up my 4G LTE hotspot using my HTC Vivid phone pretty much anywhere I need. No flash hasn't been too big of a deal since I can use the flash on my phone held against the back of the tablet to take photos in low light situations when necessary. I was using this primarily for business (Home Inspections) and it preforms well with under the battery and time constraints I've put it under.
Summary: Too heavy for single-handed use. The pen functions were cool, but there was no convenient way to carry the pen & tablet unless you had a case with a pen holder. App support for this tablet was pretty low & didn't get any better. I decided to give this tablet away because I didn't really find myself using it much.
Summary: This phone definitely did the job. I was very satisfied as this was my first smartphone and I loved how sensitive the screen was compared to my older phone. The 3D capability was pretty cool, too. I had no technical problems at all. Great phone!
Summary: i loved this tablet, used it for school and work. add the pen and you have a great productive tool. it did come with a scratch but i was desperate to replace my stolen tablet and had to get back to work right away and didn't return it.
Buying an HTC is like THROWING AWAY YOUR MONEY -- warranty is utterly useless
S. E. Hebert "social scientist, social worker..., Amazon
21 April 2013
Summary: Needing warranty service and "repaired" after only 2 months of use, this $300 phone is unusable on my cell phone provider's network! I bought my first HTC phone in August and by the end of September, it was frozen on the home screen and would not turn off. Calling for support, I was told to remove the battery and that it would need repair. When I received the phone back in the mail, there were no details about the repair and no instructions.