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HTC Drops New User Interface Into Touch

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Jun 5, 2007, 9:17 AM

I knew this would happen.....

HTC is trying to copy the iphone screen technology, hopefully all other pocket pc manufacturers will follow suit, it's a great idea, and it also gives me another thing to throw in my apple loving buddies faces! I'll sell the iphone, but personally, my 8525 kicks the iphones @ss in ALMOST every way. HTC is one of the most innovative manufacturers that I have ever seen, I'm always impressed with the level of quality that their products bring to the table.....ok, sorry, I'm done now 🙄
Please the iphone commercials show more charater and features than the HTC will ever have. Oh it has windows mobile 6. So while you are always restarting your phone i'll be on my Iphone listening to my itunes surfing the web, and text messaging before...
How do you know that your 8525 kicks @$$? Have you field tested it more then a week? If not, your "opinion" is heresay, and not too valid...
I also suspected this would happen, but am incredible disappointed instead. Touch-screens are the worst. This is particularly true when trying to operate on "buttons" much smaller than a finger. I wasn't surprised by the lack of buttons on the iphon...

Jun 5, 2007, 2:29 PM


I wonder which carrier will get this phone??
It's sure the hell not Verizon, sadly! 👿
Considering it's a GSM model and I would think Cingular wouldn't want to compete with their own iphone, that just leaves T-Mobile...maybe. Or Cingular/AT&T may offer a more affordable alternative to the Apple product...we'll see.

Jun 6, 2007, 10:24 AM

First Impressions & 850MHz support

Someone over at Cnet got to play with one for 20 minutes. He gives some initial opinions of the interface and plans to have a more in depth review tomorrow (Thursday).
http://reviews.cnet.com/smartphones/htc-touch/4505-6 ... »

Also, "A version for the Americas with the requisite 850MHz support is planned for the second half of the year and should receive its pricing through individual carriers."
http://www.macnn.com/articles/07/06/05/htc.touch »
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