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    Default HTC Touch HD Review

    Mobile review reviews the htc touch hd! read the full review here: http://www.mobile-review.com/pda/rev...ch-hd-en.shtml

    We never experienced any problems with the HTC Touch HD's cellular module - the reception quality was okay, and the earpiece was just loud enough to make for audible calls in just about any environment, although it got nearly impossible to deal with at the top volume settings. The loudspeaker found in the HD is a tad louder than that of the Diamond or Touch Pro. Despite being housed in a cumbersome casing, the Touch HD sports a sharp vibro alert that will get through to you even if you put the phone in a shoulder bag.

    Retailing for around 600 Euro, the Touch HD will be a fairly interesting offering in Europe - we doubt that its dazzling display will go unnoticed. On top of that, being only 100-150 Euro more expensive than the Touch Diamond, it comes with a handful of enhancements, such as 3.5 mm audio jack and 5 Mpix camera. Clearly, it's not a mainstream phone, but not a cumbersome and barely usable powerhouse either.

    The thing about the HTC Touch HD is that it's a great option for those WM aficionados who have been dreaming about it for several years now. While it may not live up to all expectations they had, the truth is that there is no other way to go, as far as this consumer group is concerned. Being the first true all-in-one communicator, the HD is a marvel for those who know how to squeeze the most out of it, even if it takes a dozen of third-party applications and several hours of twiddling with the phone's settings, along with some new accessories (a pair of decent earphones, 16 Gb memory card, carrying case and a cradle for in-car navigation). These people will buy it anyway and do whatever it takes to get everything in gear - after all, they have been waiting for it for so long
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    Default Re: HTC Touch HD Review

    Thank you for the tip. I love their reviews
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    Default Re: HTC Touch HD Review

    any other touch hd reviews?

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    I have been using the HTC-HD for a couple months. They almost made the worlds greatest mobile. But they didn't include a flash with the camera, it doesn't have an external button for the camera, they should have included a scrolling wheel on the side for navigating and the simplest and most unforgivable item they left off is a TV-Out on the USB, as a result a still need my laptop for powerpoint presentations.


 

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