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HTC smartphone review : Touch HD
Ilse Jurriën : May 6th 2009 - 12:20 CET
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HTCHTC Touch HD smartphone review at LetsGoMobile : Touch-screens come in a wide array of types and sizes. Naturally, they all serve the same purpose; to operate a mobile phone without using buttons and keys. Yet it is striking to see how they all have a different operation. The main difference is found in press-sensitive and warmth-sensitive touchscreens. Besides this difference, there are hard and soft touchscreens applied to mobile phones. With these small differences, the operation of a touchscreen either stands or falls.

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HTC smartphone review - Touchscreen of the HTC Touch HD
LetsGoMobile says: " Whereas in general, Windows Mobile requires a stylus pen for operation; the menu options of HTC Touch HD are easier to operate with your fingers. The touchscreen is hard and pretty sensitive. Additionally, there are four touchkeys placed below the screen, to start or end a call, to go back one step and to go to the main screen in one click. These keys are the only extra keys on the Touch HD, apart from the volume buttons and the key to activate or deactivate the mobile phone."

HTC Touch HD review

HTC Touch HD review - Digital camera application
LetsGoMobile continues: "There are no other buttons found on the side of the HTC Touch HD except for the volume buttons. This means that the camera application always has to be activated through the menu. Naturally, the absence of a record button also influences taking a picture; a pictogram on the screen takes over the record button. You can customize this icon so that you just have to touch the button or to keep touching it a bit longer. The record button on the screen makes shooting slightly more difficult while the risk of motion of the hand is so much bigger."

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HTC smartphone test : Touch HD
Despite the considerable size of the HTC Touch HD, it certainly doesn't lack charm. Thanks to equipping this mobile phone with Windows Mobile 6.1 software, many applications are available. The 5.0 Megapixel digital camera, GPS antenna, HSDPA and Wi-Fi make the HTC Touch HD a full all-round phone. Whether or not this mobile phone is easy to handle in practice can be read in the full HTC smartphone review at LetsGoMobile.

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