Review: HTC myTouch 3G Slide
T-Mobile's myTouch 3G gains a slide-out QWERTY keyboard, a larger display, and better software. What's not to like? Well, a few things, as it turns out.
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If you liked the original T-Mobile myTouch 3G, but wanted a physical keyboard, the new T-Mobile myTouch 3G Slide is what you've been waiting for. This sideways slider offers Android 2.1 and a full QWERTY keyboard for typing. Let's not forget some of that good HTC customization, as it has taken Android 2.1 in a slightly new direction to give it some personality. There are a few detractions, however.
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I like it!
SS EarlGoodman said:...
I stopped reading this review after the first page. What kind of crap is this? The words you use to describe the phone are enough to keep anyone from gaining any interest in it whatsoever. I've had some first h
Almost got all of the extras in there, Eric!
I think everyone knows about Adobe's Flash software on web pages by now. I had the pleasure of using this phone for a couple of weeks now and the built in Flash player is AWESOME!!! I was also able to interact with an entire Flash site. For example, if you want to interact with a button in the Flash player, you can! It was actually pretty smooth as well
Also, pinch-to-zoom is pretty much on everything! E-mails, Web pages, pictures, Google Maps with Voice navigation, just about anything you wanted to zoo...