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29th September 2014 – 1 comment
Devices will require 20 Google apps as company looks to further rein in customisation.
12th September 2014
Back from the dead.
4th September 2014
64-bit mid–range smartphone gets the nod in Berlin.
27th August 2014
Phone-maker launches 4G landgrab.
19th August 2014
Can you get a decent big-screen phone without breaking the bank? HTC thinks so.
19th August 2014
Looks almost identical to the Android-powered original.
HTC’s brilliant Touch Pro handset matches the iPhone for cool looks. And with its touchscreen user interface and full slide out Qwerty keyboard is truly a mobile communications device to be reckoned with.
With its sleek black exterior and polished fascia, there are few better looking handsets around than the HTC Touch Pro. But with a brilliant array of functions underneath its shell its far from just a pretty face.
The Qwerty keyboard and outstanding handwriting recognition function make composing e-mails a breeze, while the TouchFlo 3D interface means that its many functions can be navigated simply and intuitively. Meanwhile, Wi-Fi and HSDPA connectivity makes for a supremely satisfying mobile internet experience, allowing to download files and view web sites in a trice.
Elsewhere on the HTC Touch Pro is a 3.15 megapixel camera, which can capture video and still images and a media player and FM radio to allow you watch videos and listen to music wherever you are.
Other features of this richly functional device include a document viewer so you examine and edit Word and PowerPoint documents, Java games, a secondary camera for video calling, polyphonic and MP3 ringtones and a contact book with massive storage.
Owners of the HTC Touch Pro can expect up to 480 minutes talk time or up to 406 hours when the phone is in standby mode.