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HTC Touch with TouchFLO technology

05 June, 2007 | Read the news | Post your comment
HTC Touch with TouchFLO technology - read the full textToday HTC announced their new HTC Touch, an innovative touchscreen mobile phone with fingertip control. This handset features the new TouchFLO touchscreen technology which enables navigation on the screen using only your fingers; The phone can also distinguish stylus and finger use. You can see a...

 

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Can I check whether it is possible to install any software into this phone to enable GPS? Thanks.

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  • 2007-08-08 06:42
  • PU0u

the device, like all windows mobile device, uses a generic driver that is installed on your PC when you install MS ActiveSync or Windows Mobile Device Center. Get the software installed on your PC first and then plug in your Touch.

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  • 2007-07-11 14:41
  • iS5b

This phone is cool. But My PC cannot recongnise the new hardware. Anyonw knows where I can get the driver? tried to search in dopod website and htc still cannot find.

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  • 2007-07-10 17:43
  • PUM9

i think this phone is great... stop saying bad things... it is just great...

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  • 2007-07-10 12:06
  • m{8I

I have this one.It's really cool!!catch other's eyes!

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  • 2007-07-07 13:51
  • 2Ui8

thumbs down to htc for locking it with airtel.you lost 2 customers me and my wife.You shall lose more as many from my office was equally interested in the handset but has hutch connection.

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  • 2007-07-06 14:34
  • R5eE

i really like this phone. except for the fact that the screen has just 240x320 pixels :s

i followed the meizu link that 2007-06-21 18:45 Ydg} posted.
it's really nice. only it takes another 4 months to hit the market. also i wonder if its gonna hit the european market (i live in the netherlands)

decisions, decisions..

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  • 2007-07-05 16:22
  • mABC

Oh how i now hate HTC
f..... u go to buy this phone and what u come to know is u cant buy freaking phone
why
the phone comes lock with AIRTEL
who the hell uses airtel
u got to but this and i bought o2 atom thx htc u lost 1 person now
i will never buy htc now ever
dont understand what kind of anti selling stargey is this

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  • 2007-07-02 17:47
  • PWYw

@No-name
"Technology is not "copying" from Apple, but the fact that manufacturers are copying the whole iPhone idea. Yes there were many touchscreen phones out in previous years but the iPhone is probably the first to only use your fingers (with no stylus) to actually operate the phone and that's what I think people mean by copying. We all know touchscreen isn't something that was just created last night."
Ehmm, no, you're wrong. iPhone is indeed unique & ground-breaking, as it's NOT using ANY other technology used before on mobiles, computers or ANY other device: Multitouch Screen!!! And what's different than others, is that you'll be able to use TWO FINGERS or more simultaneously on the screen - for ex. you can zoom-out a photo by touching your two fingers on it and move them apart, or zoom-in my pinching/ moving them together. One more (out of the many) ground-breaking features, will be a phone-tilting sensor: That means that while browse you pictures and you come a cross a picture in landscape/ wide-screen size, you can tilt it horizontally and the picture rotates and fills the whole screen in wide-screen mode! Tech in its glory!!!...

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  • 2007-06-26 21:53
  • n$FS

@daniel
"why actually iPhone? Again another crappy OS? Long live Microsoft with Windows Mobile 6!"
Again?!?!? You uninformed, arrogant little noob, iPhone is going to work on the full version of Mac OS X, which has been around for more than 8 years, MUCH more than Windoze Mobile! Get informed about technology before you post your stupid, windoze-biased opinions...

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  • 2007-06-26 21:42
  • n$FS

The MiniOne may not bring the Apple's multi-touch experience, but other than that, it will bring right about everything else. The device will be powered by Samsung's fast 533Mhz processor, and will have a 128MB of DDR SDRAM. Large TFT touchscreen should provide a resolution of up to 720480 a way more than iPhone can pull. Furthermore, the MiniOne will have two cameras (3 MP at the back and VGA on the front for video calls), Bluetooth and WiFi wireless connectivity options, DMB TV Tuner, video out and support for AVI/MPEG4/WMV playback.

The pricing is where MiniOne really stands out. Apparently, the 4GB version will be retailed for $260, while the 16GB (yes, that's sixteen) version will be available for $450!

http://www.intomobile.com/2007...ant-one.html

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  • 2007-06-21 18:45
  • Ydg}

Competitors? what are you talking about, show me a 3.5" LCD phone with 16 Millions colors...then we have a competitors to the iPhone.

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  • 2007-06-18 07:30
  • kNXe

i like that gadget so much...but memory is like 128mb + 1GB ....thats cant be compared to iphone's 4GB / 8GB :S

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  • 2007-06-12 17:08
  • N7UA

LOL, wat do u mean it's not a competition? HTC has already released press statement that it's a direct competition to the iphone...

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  • 2007-06-12 05:04
  • F4pr

Iphone FIRST to have MULTI touch like some people have pointed out.

LG? PRADA??? who cares they SUCK in the US phone market.

Windows operated phone? lets get one thing right about Windows it sucks on phones.

Os-X on a phone? Well lets just see what happens....

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  • 2007-06-12 04:09
  • Gyix

eh, the touch, i wouldnt say a competition for the iphone because its two different designs and plus the Apple is such a bigger market for the US, the qwerty keyboard on it is ok, i already tried it got it from www.ctinyc.com they have it for sale very few pieces though,

i dont like the look of it, the rest is fine.

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  • 2007-06-11 19:58
  • EBkp

why actually iPhone? Again another crappy OS?
Long live Microsoft with Windows Mobile 6!

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  • 2007-06-11 18:35
  • mB$3

Was looking good 'til saw no 3G. Are these people mad? Forget it, & don't even get me started on yet another naff 240 x 320 screen.
Roll on the Tosh G900, that's where my money's going

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  • 2007-06-11 14:23
  • pJNR
  • That_guy_you_wish_yo
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Saint the name of the website is gsmarena they don't have anything but GSM and the price is 400-450 euros so go to google and type in free currency converters then just choose one and convert the euro into what ever money you use.

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  • 2007-06-10 05:10
  • xA4f

Technology is not "copying" from Apple, but the fact that manufacturers are copying the whole iPhone idea. Yes there were many touchscreen phones out in previous years but the iPhone is probably the first to only use your fingers (with no stylus) to actually operate the phone and that's what I think people mean by copying. We all know touchscreen isn't something that was just created last night.

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  • 2007-06-09 19:11
  • jn{4

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