'New HTC Sense with cloud services and offline navigation'
'At the bottom of the phone there's a full optical trackpad, which makes a change from the Terminator eye on the HTC Legend and Desire, and is more useful for when trying to scroll through text, and it's flanked by the other standard Android keys for navigation.'
'The overall result is a phone that looks and feels exceptionally well made.'
'You get a pixel density of 252ppi, and it is both bright and vibrant, only falling short of the Samsung Galaxy S, whose AMOLED display trumps its rivals when it comes to serving up deep blacks and striking colours.'
'However, unlike the LG Optimus 7, it somehow lacks the premium feel of the brushed aluminium and the smaller camera on the back doesn't look anywhere near as fancy.'
'The position of the power button on the top edge combined with the lack of any physical buttons also means you always have to reach up to the top of the phone to unlock the screen – somewhat inconvenient when you've only got one hand free.'
'Video is soft and defocused-looking, although not quite enough to hide conspicuous compression artefacts.'
'Excellent hardware design'
'Dynamic aspects of the homescreen'
'clean, bright interface'
'Available for $199 on AT&T, we like the idea of a phone with strong media capabilities, a kickstand for watching movies and TV, and a big speaker that can fill a small room with Zune tunes.'