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HTC Excalibur S620 review at LetsGoMobile
Ilse Jurriƫn : February 8th 2007 - 02:22 CET
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LetsGoMobileHTC Excalibur S620 review at LetsGoMobile : LetsGoMobile reviewed the Excalibur S620 smartphone from HTC. HTC? Never heard of them?! This is because for a long time, HTC made phones for big brands like O2, Orange and T-Mobile. It only became an independent brand in Europe in June 2006. HTC's range currently consists of professional gadget smart phones. HTC's phones are perfect for business people who travel a lot, or anyone who just wants that something extra from their phone. You can MSN, Internet, take photos, play games and - wonders will never cease - even make phone calls with HTC's telephones. Most HTC models are great for text messaging because they have a QWERTY keyboard.
HTC Excalibur S620 review at LetsGoMobileHTC Excalibur S620 - Design
LetsGoMobile added: "Many people will think that the HTC Excalibur S620 is a bit strange the first time they see it. It is a flat, broad phone with a complete QWERTY keyboard and a large display. The back has a rubber layer, making the HTC S620 a pleasant phone to hold. Its construction gives it a well made air. If we look further, we can see that HTC has added small finishing touches like a silver stripe along the side of the phone and a metal surface around the keys, so that the design looks both playful and well-made. On the back of the phone, there is a camera lens and a mirror for making a self-portrait. The connection for a head phone and the charger are underneath the HTC S620, neatly covered by a rubber flap."

HTC Excalibur S620 review - Conclusion
LetsGoMobile concluded: "The HTC S620 is not really a compact smart phone. It is rather broad, but the phone feels well made and has every function you could wish for. The screen is clear, high quality, well ordered and very practical to use. The HTC S620 has been thought up for professional users, but will also go down well with texting, gadget and gizmo-freaks." Read the product review of the HTC Excalibur S620 at LetsGoMobile.





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