We tested the quad-band (GSM 850/900/1800/1900) HTC Touch Cruise in San Francisco using AT&T service and call quality was decent.
The bottom line: The HTC Touch Cruise offers road warriors and travel lovers great navigation features in a compact smartphone; we just wish it had a better screen.
At the beginning of this year, HTC had been busy prepping up for a new model that was showcased at technology fairs like CeBIT. Reading about its specifications, I had a mixed bag of feelings about the model. Now, the HTC P3470 is in our labs. Now that we know of the HTC Diamond, the P3470 could very well be the 2nd most elegant-looking phone we've seen from the HTC stable.
it does have a lot of nice design features.
If anything, the Asus P527 has us more interested in Asus' next phones for the U.S. market. The phone shows a lot of potential, especially in the top-notch navigation software, and the attention to battery life. Unfortunately, the phone borders on being unusable after only a brief period awake, as open apps pile up and crash the Windows Mobile interface.
we think it's an incredibly sexy device and the new 3D interface is so cool.
The bottom line: The HTC Touch Diamond offers much in the way of sex appeal and flash, and it's certainly got a formidable feature set. However, we hope HTC resolves some of the performance issues we experienced before the smartphone is released in the States.
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