HTC Touch Dual Video
HTC Touch Dual Video Transcript
>>[Background music] Hi, I'm Bonnie Cha, senior editor at CNET.com and today we're taking a fresh look at the HTC Touch Dual. And you might be thinking it looks very much like the HTC Touch which we reviewed earlier, but there is a main difference. You just push up the screen here, you get a 20 key QWERTY keyboard. So if you really like tactile buttons and don't want just a touch screen, which is like me, this is a great addition. The layout is a little bit cramped, but it did the job pretty well. It just made composing text messages and emails easier for me and dialing numbers as well. It's also the first smart phone to ship with Windows Mobile 6.1 and here in the United States. So you get a couple extras. You get a nice getting started screen which will help you through the setup with your email and Bluetooth headsets. Its really just makes it easier to use. Also Internet Explorer Mobile has a new pane in and out feature, so that it will make checking out websites easier. Also it's got Bluetooth and it supports USB 3G bands, but you'll have to use an AT&T Sim card to get that 3G. It doesn't support T-Mobile network yet. We are a little bit disappointed that it doesn't have Wi-Fi or GPS especially since it's about $550. So that's about Nokia in 95' prices which has all that. So we're a little bit disappointed about that, but overall if you want a touch screen, a smart phone, this is a nice compact one and it's got pretty good qualities. So it's available now and again the price is about $550 and it's available through Best Buy. I'm Bonnie Cha, and this has been your first look at the HTC Touch Dual.
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