Detailed HTC Imagio review


Pocketnow have published their full review of the HTC Imagio, which seems to include about 1000 screen shots of the device in action.  They seem pretty happy with it and concluded:

Conclusion: The HTC Imagio, for those who prefer the thin, tablet form factor of this Windows phone, offers exceptional value in both hardware and software. On the hardware front, you have a proximity sensor, light sensor, accelerometer, GPS, WiFi, Bluetooth, CDMA/EVDO radios, GSM/HSPA radios for global roaming, mobile TV antenna, and one of the best resistive touchscreens that I have used. On the software side, the improvements brought by Microsoft in Windows Mobile 6.5 combined with HTC’s TouchFLO 3D optimizations make this a truly customizable, finger-friendly, and useable devices. Power users will be able to enjoy Windows Mobile’s high degree of extensibility while novice users will appreciate the glamor that TouchFLO 3D offers. The only weakness is that add-ons such as visual voicemail, mobile TV, and VZ Navigator, all require additional subscription services. However, the winning, solidly built hardware coupled with the great software and UI customizations earn this device a Chuong’s Pick Editor’s Choice title.


-Conference call feature when the phone is turned over
-Beautiful, sturdy design
-Kickstand for comfortable desk viewing
-Mobile TV for those who need on-the-go entertainment
-Large, responsive touchscreen
-Finger-friendly UI
-Location-based service
-WiFi, Bluetooth, GPS
-World phone: CDMA/EVDO and GSM/EDGE/HSPA
-Accelerometer, light sensor, proximity sensor

-Subscription services add up
-No hardware keyboard
-Not enough hardware/navigation buttons

Read the full review here.

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