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It is an advanced mobile phone running Windows Mobile 6 featuring a touch screen interface that competes with the Apple iPhone.

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Pros

Advanced touch screen interface

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Integrated Bluetooth and WiFi

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TouchFlo finger scrolling

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Cons

No Wifi on CDMA version

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Tiny pop-up touchscreen keyboard is difficult to use

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TouchFlo cube is useless, good only for marketing

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Sluggish performance.

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Limited 3rd party aplications

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The HTC Touch is an advanced mobile phone running Windows Mobile 6 featuring a touch screen interface that competes with the Apple iPhone. It uses a touch interface called "touch flow" where the user can access different menus with left/right, and up/down gestures (a swiping motion). It includes a 2 megapixel camera, integrated Bluetooth and WiFi, and features a soft-touch finish.

Features
  • Touch screen interface with "touch flow" gesturing UI
  • runs Windows Mobile 6
  • 2 megapixel camera
  • integrated Bluetooth and WiFi connectivity
  • soft-touch finish
  • UK version: tri-band GSM
  • Canadian version: CDMA - EVDO (Telus, Bell), GSM (Rogers)
  • US version: unknown, to be release in late 2007

The HTC Touch was released in the UK in June 2007 will soon be release in the US and retails for around $600.
 

Note that the CDMA version is a different phone, it is faster and has more memory. Also to note is that Canadian CDMA versions do not have WiFi, however the GSM (Rogers) version do (but is the slower model).

Post Review
Lhadatt
11/21/2007 04:01

The US version of the Touch is actually the CDMA-capable HTC Vogue, but it's been relabeled as the Touch for branding. As the Vogue is faster, the US version of the device is likely more responsive than the original GSM Touch reviewed by CNET.  The US HTC Touch is available from Sprint and can be purchased now.

Desjardinsy001
11/18/2007 10:41

I have to disagree, this device is quite responsive.

Whipdaddy
11/17/2007 01:14

What else would you expect from a device running windows mobile 6 ?

Erik
10/04/2007 12:33

From the CNET video, the O/S looks very slow to respond. Sluggish.

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