Additional details is runtime estimates from the standard 1,230mAh battery are up to 320 minutes WCDMA talktime or 390 hours standby; or up to 8hrs of video or listen to up to 12hrs of music. An extended battery with kick stand will also be available.
HTCâ€™s car kit and navigation software will work with the GPS and Digital Compass, making a great in car GPS solution.
Slashgearâ€™s hands-on impressions:
A bigger display means that the on-screen QWERTY can be larger, and in fact the keys are significantly bigger than any portrait-orientation hardware keyboard smartphone weâ€™ve played with. The same clever auto-correction has been implemented, and â€“ though our typing experience was brief â€“ we found it to be very straightforward to use. Full-screen browsing, using Opera Mobile (since Internet Explorer Mobile doesnâ€™t support multitouch), is a slick revelation, with the speedy Snapdragon processor making for rapid zooming â€“ whether by double-tap or multitouch pinch-zoom â€“ and instantaneous text resizing and reflowing. Thereâ€™s no pause or delay to wait for jagged images to be rescaled, or half-chopped paragraphs to shuffle onto the screen. The capacitive touchscreen itself is swift and smooth, and has instantly left resistive Windows Phones in the shade.
Read their full impressions here.