HTC Touch HD user review
Recently HTC announced Touch HD. Apparently, the HTC Touch HD will feature 3.8-inch touchscreen, 5MP camera, HSDPA, GPS / A-GPS, 802.11g WiFi, Bluetooth 2.0 + EDR, microSD slot and 3.5mm audio jack. The phone has 512MB ROM and 288MB RAM, interface TouchFLO 3D with Windows Mobile 6.1 Pro. The 1350mAh battery will offer 390 minutes of 3G talk, 450 standby 3G and 120 minutes of video calls.
The Touch HD is an evolved version of the HTC Touch Diamond. This is a very elegant look minimalist slab of dark plastic, which looks very futuristic. This is not a small phone, but its slim band across the minimalist look too big. The 1st thing that attracts attention to the Touch HD is the screen size. It’s very, very big! In fact, a gain of 3.8 inches wide open, it is likely that the largest screen ever seen on a mobile phone (3G iPhone S has a 3.5 inch screen.) Inégal screen touch many telephones, no buttons on the phone at all – just a row of touch buttons below the large main screen. This makes it very, very sexy and elegant in appearance.
The silver screen is not only physically larger, it also has an ultra-high resolution: 480 x 800 pixels. Only a handful or other phones can match this resolution. To put this into perspective, the Touch HD has 2.5 times more pixels than the iPhone 3G S! This is the ultra-high resolution that HD gives its name. Today, when it comes to touchscreen phones, big is better! The vast expanse of the silver screen real estate means you’ll be able to see more options, more convenient buttons, menus on the screen several times, and the whole system is much easier to use.