Coolsmartphone have their hands on HTC’s mid-range Touch-series smartphone, the HTC Touch 3G, and have put it though a video review.
The device as shown of certainly appears capable enough, and does pay homage to the very popular HTC Touch, which sold more than 2 million units. The Touch 3G however improves on the original Touch by adding a faster processor, more RAM, HSDPA and 3G, and adds HTC’s latest user interface innovation, TouchFlo 2D, which alsoÂ brings a full version of Opera Mobile and a Youtube client.
The only feature that remains unchanged is the QVGA screen, but as a result the device is significantly cheaper, at Â£333 on Devicewire, vs Â£373 for the HTC Diamond. Having said that, Â£40 more for the HTC Touch Diamond seems a pretty reasonable investment.
See the two Youtube videos below, and keep an eye on Coolsmartphone for more in the series.