'Easy to set up the phone.'
'Plenty of pre-loaded apps'
'Expansive, responsive touch screen.'
'Not a phone you should invest in'
'Excellent build quality'
'The videos are played with excellent picture and audio. '
'Interface looks fairly slick, resembles their Android offerings - Sense UI is included'
'Long battery life'
' An outstanding phone we had a look at is the HTC Freestyle, a cell phone that has been created to rival the mobile phone market.'
'Large selection of free apps from the Android market'
'We tested the quad-band GSM (850/900/1800/1900; GPRS/EDGE) HTC Tattoo in New York using AT&T service and call quality was good. '
' The HTC Tattoo is a small and compact Google smartphone that can personalize its hardware and software to let people better express themselves. '
'the live music widget looks slick and works effectively.'
'innovative and fun phone experiences'
'The Browser is good, but really misses multi-touch.'
'proper 3.5mm headphone jack'
'Also included on the phone is an FM radio, which is a nice touch. '
'Streaming video looked impressive though, or at least it did once we'd discovered the 'watch in high quality' button in the menu.'
'Excellent touchscreen • Sleek design • Great web browser • Access to Android app store.'
'The audio quality is acceptable but the standard 3.5mm audio is a better way to listen better audio quality.'
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