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HTC Tattoo Android smartphone review

HTC Tattoo Android smartphone review

Taking the software enhancements from your flagship Android smartphone and injecting it into the runt of the range might throw up warning signs for some, but that's exactly what HTC have done with the Tattoo. It may be smaller, pack fewer megapixels and a less fashionable touchscreen than the HTC Hero, but the Tattoo still totes the well-received HTC Sense along with Android 1.6. Are we looking at the bargain of the season, or is the Tattoo just playing dress-up? Check out the full SlashGear review after the cut.

Verizon HTC Imagio Windows Phone review

Verizon HTC Imagio Windows Phone review

A thoughtful person might look at the Verizon Imagio and decide that it's almost HTC delivering the Touch HD (Review part 1 & part 2) that their US audience never officially had. A comparatively large touchscreen, slender casing and 5-megapixel camera certainly tally with what the Touch HD offered; still, it's been almost a year since we reviewed the GSM phone, so does the Imagio deliver the goods with Windows Mobile 6.5? Click to Read Windows Mobile 6.5 Review

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HTC Touch HD2 full spec list revealed

HTC Touch HD2 full spec list revealed

HTC's HD2 (aka the HTC Leo) keeps showing up in various carriers' promo material, though since they only ever say "biggest WinMo phone yet!" it's been hard to pin down exact specifications.  Happily, that's all changed thanks to one talkative xda-developers board member; he's managed to sneak out the full spec sheet - which you can read after the cut - together with a few new live photos of the smartphone itself.

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Vodafone UK grab HTC Tattoo for October release

Vodafone UK grab HTC Tattoo for October release

Vodafone UK have confirmed their second Android smartphone, the HTC Tattoo, which will arrive on the network come October.  The Tattoo is HTC's most recent Android-based device, and is being positioned as an entry-level model with a focus on customization; to that extent it has a 2.8-inch resistive, rather than capacitive touchscreen, but features the HTC Sense UI and replaceable covers.

HTC Touch Pro2 Review

HTC Touch Pro2 Review

For all the analysis of iPhones, Android devices and webOS' suitability for the enterprise market, there's one company already a mainstay and with the smartphone legacy to prove it. HTC have carved a niche for themselves with sturdy, dependable handsets, often running Windows Mobile, and their Touch Pro2 is the latest of the bunch. It's a serious smartphone with a considerable spec-list and considerable bulk to boot; in a world of waifish business/consumer crossovers, is the Pro2 a chunky anachronism? SlashGear set to finding out.

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HTC Magic vs. iPhone 3G: plus HTC Magic live photos & video!

HTC Magic vs. iPhone 3G: plus HTC Magic live photos & video!

It's only hours since the HTC Magic's announcement, but we're sure there are plenty of people asking the obvious question: iPhone 3G or HTC Magic?  The T-Mobile G1 managed to circumnavigate too much comparison thanks to its hardware keyboard, still a sore spot among some Apple-fanciers, but the candybar totally-touchscreen HTC Magic will have no such escape.

Full comparison - plus Vodafone HTC Magic demo video and live photos after the cut

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HTC Touch Cruise with HTC Footprints geotagging app announced

HTC Touch Cruise with HTC Footprints geotagging app announced

HTC have announced their latest smartphone, the Touch Cruise, which comes complete with an automatic location-based logger called HTC Footprints.  The Touch Cruise has a 2.8-inch QVGA resistive touchscreen, quadband GSM, dualband HSDPA (900/2100 MHz for Europe/Asia, 850/1900MHz for North America), WiFi b/g and A-GPS, together with Bluetooth 2.0 and a 3.2-megapixel fixed-focus camera.  HTC Footprints, meanwhile, is launched from a dedicated button on the front panel, and allows every photo taken with the Touch Cruise's camera to be tagged with audio and text notes, together with GPS coordinates.

 

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