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About this product
- Storage Capacity512MB
- Network Generation3G
- Network TechnologyGSM / WCDMA (UMTS)
- BandWCDMA (UMTS) / GSM 850/900/1800/1900
- Supported Flash Memory CardsMicroSD
- Battery Capacity1350 mAh
- Display TechnologyLCD display
- Screen Size3.2"
- Display Resolution800 x 480 pixels
- Touch ScreenYes
- Digital CameraYes
- QWERTY Physical KeyboardNo
- Email AccessYes
- Internet BrowserYes
- Height4.21 in.
- Depth0.55 in.
- Width2.09 in.
- Weight3.88 oz
Most relevant reviews
- engineerviksJan 12, 2011by
A beautiful phone
This phone is great. It's one of the least expensive Android phones on the market, yet it has basically everything you need; 3G, WiFi, a 3.2Mp camera, Fm Radio, Media Player...and the amazing HTC Sense Technology is so cool! The phone's compactness makes it easy to carry around - and it fits on the palm of your hands. It's got a 2.8-inch resistive touch screen (a disadvantage bacause you wont have the best touch experience - capacitive screens are much better). The slightly smaller screen size means some apps may not work well, but so far I've found enough apps that work for me (on androidMarket). So far, I'm loving this phone!
- eddiehower10Feb 08, 2011by
Evo = mini coumputer
We got this for our soon to be US Tour and we will not be getting the phone service!! After reviewing all the phones we could get, we ended up choosing the Evo...why? Well, besides the size of the screen and all the apps you can get for it...the winning factors for us were the front facing camera and sd card. Since we will be making a video documentary of our adventure...we needed the extra storage of the sd card. We also wanted the front facing camera for video chats...even though at the moment there aren't any mobile to PC apps that allow video chat. When we were buying, Skype was available through Fring but they pulled it and I wasn't aware of it. So, I figure its just a matter of time. Ease of use is pretty good...if you got at least a little tech savvy in you. I didn't get an owners manual with mine but was able to figure out how to do things. In the end, this one item does the job of the multiple items we were going to need...GPS, MP3s, Camcorder, Camera...these alone would cost $300+. I am very happy with my swiss army pocket computer.Read full review
- jmangimiMar 25, 2011by
HTC EVO 4G
After receiving this phone 1 week ago, I've spent a lot of time exploring the many neat and useful features. It hasn't yet been activated, but that still allows me to discover its many hidden talents. Everything from the awesome cameras to the WI-FI Hotspot are reasons I chose this model. I was surprised that it only lets you save nine speed dial numbers, but the way it handles contact information and interfaces with the dialer, that's not a huge issue. Have studied a lot of tips about maximizing battery life, and they seem very reasonable. The FM Radio is a nice feature, as are the widgets, apps and shortcuts. Can't wait to get it activated and put it to full use.
- lessr2015Nov 11, 2010by
HTC Tilt Smartphone
I bought this phone because I wanted to have a PDA available all the time and this is better than carrying two devices. I have found the the phone and PDA both work great. The PDA used Windows Mobile as a base OS and my previous knowledge of the Windows OS made the transition to the mobile system a breeze. My only dissatisfaction is not with the phone but with the phone company. I had hopes of just using the PDA portion of the phone with purchasing the data package from the phone company. I had and have no desire to text, serf the web or any of the other junk one does on the web. But no, the phone company sent me an email saying they were adding another $25.00 to my account for using the smartphone. Now, I only use the phone without the phone company's Sim card. Enough about that. Lastly, the phone is great, easy to use the slide keyboard is easy to access and the phone size fits my hand easily. I recommend the seller of the phone for his great service and the phone for the reasons I have explained above.Read full review
- ysellitApr 07, 2011by
HTC G1 (Unlocked)
I wanted to use a G1 on the AT&T network, and found an unlocked (originally TMobile) phone. Skeptical as to how easily this Android smartphone would mesh with its competitor carrier, I followed some online instructions to activate it. It required an initial access of Gmail in order to sync contacts; a nice gesture but could be aggravating if you don't have Gmail, a data plan to access the internet, or just want to talk and text. Luckily, my wife (whose phone this is for) has a Gmail account, and I was able to use my son's GoPhone sim card to do the initial internet access, costing a little over $2 in data.
Once Gmail was set up, the phone opened up and revealed a wealth of features, of which I have only scratched the surface. My wife is overjoyed over the slim lines, the slide out qwerty keyboard, the perfect touchscreen ergonomics, and the intuitiveness of navigating the programs. It will be a continual learning process, as this phone has more than we will ever require.
I cannot comment on using the G1 with AT&T data plans, as we only use the WiFi.
I wanted smartphone functionality without the high monthly data rates.
And when we switch to TMobile soon, our G1 will seamlessly convert over to its new home.Read full review