[These HTC phones are looking really good]
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These HTC phones are looking really good
Last week there was a big blow out of new phone releases. This is NOT one of them, but is one of the newer cell technologies that is one its way to our hands. Engadget gets its hands on it and the video is pretty interesting. So is WinMobile 6.5. I personally want the AT&T Tilt2 (aka the HTC TouchPro 2… its the same phone) since I have AT&t but I was looking forward to leaving them at the end of my contract…. so it looks like I will be buying the phone at full price.
Lets hope its worth it, because if it isn’t it will be going right back to the store.
Quote from Engadget about the phone:
HTC’s just announced HD2 — also known as the Leo. It’s got exactly the same specs we just heard about: a 4.3-inch WVGA capacitive display, a 1GHz MSM8250 Snapdragon processor, integrated FM radio, a 5-megapixel camera, Bluetooth 2.1, and a 3.5mm headphone jack. They found this Windows Mobile 6.5 baby to be elegant and light feeling in the hand, the touchscreen to be responsive and quick, and HTC’s Sense UI beautiful. The phone’s also quite snappy, and we have to say we can’t wait to get our hands on one ourselves
Its probably only a matter of time before it gets here.
(possible tablet look?)
(old news if you follow the tech crown, but its still awesome!)
This would be a nice look if they actually do it. I love my iPod touch (that I actually bought for someone else, bu that is a long story) and I can only imagine having a bigger tablet form of it for media, learning videos, blogging and so forth; Nevermind having all those apps that are currently bulging from the Apple Store.
Now lets hope that this thing doesn’t cost 600+ dollars cause if it does, i won’t be getting it. i would much rather get my HP notepad for 800 bucks that will have windows7 on it than a bigger iPod touch for 200 dollars less. I would just rather keep my Touch or upgrade it (still waiting for Apple to add a camera to it and allow more than WiFi connectivity… I would gladly pay 50 bucks a month for online unlimited service…. and no I really don’t want a iPhone)
So will this Apple Tablet really happen? And will it be better than what others are doing including TechCrunch’s Crunchpad (another professional tablet for those who are in business for themselves or are just profesionals in a given field)?
Looks like 2010 will be a interesting year.
(this is one slick looking add-on to the iPod)
Looks sheek and stylish…
without putting a dent in your pocket
One Big Commercial About Shiny New Tech Toys lol
Don’t know too much about the phone by LG, but I like that shiny mirror like finish. I don’t know if I will start seeing women staring into their phones to see what they look like, but its still an interesting concept.
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