Steve J, 18 Sep 2008Does this phone have spell check for SMS, e-mail and internet posts? Can one copy and paste sp... moreit does have the spell check. i've been using this phone for a month and it's perfect except the battery. 3~4hr usage with wifi.
After deep meditation I find myself saying: "hang on a minute!" Would it not have been better for HTC to have made a Touch HD Pro ie a mobile with a 3.8 inch widescreen (800*480 pixels) and a hardware QWERTY. That way the entire width of web pages could be viewed without scrolling. Furthermore one would be able to speed type. The problem with the keypadless HTC HD Touch is that you can't speed type. I have never understood the allure of strictly keypadless touchscreens. Input is always slower without the hardware keypad.
The reason why the Nokia E90 has the best internet experience is the superb widescreen coupled with the five row hardware QWERTY.
i want to get this phone and i want some information about software’s
1-Advance call manager
2-Advance device lock
3-Voice call recorder
In htc phones is that possible to Record the voice calls (Conversation)
(Unlimited Voice Call Recording) as that’s possible in Nokia phone and that’s also possible without (Beep) this thing for Nokia Phones many 3rd party software’s avail for Turning Off the Beep what about htc?
4-Best message storer
All these I have in my Nokia E71 and All is Important for Me so please tell me if someone using all these and tell me the site where from I also can find these all?
Thanks in Advance
Does this phone have spell check for SMS, e-mail and internet posts? Can one copy and paste specified parts of web pages to other folders? Can the entire width of this page of GSM arena fit on the Touch Pro's screen when in landscape orientation ( ie without scrolling )?
for those of u who keeps saying the htc touch pro is good but se xperia will destroy the competition... get ur facts straight... htc manufacures the xperia... they're both the same phone except for a few changes like sony's own camera and design
Hi.. I'm asking about the quality of video recording for HTC-pro??? could anybody tell me ??
And what about the battery life ??
I have been using Sony Ericson and Blackberry for a long time and I have been happy with them so far. My blackberry broke a while ago, so I thought I should get Sony’s Xperia. Well as you know, this phone is taking such a long time to come out. So I bought HTC touch pro as a temporary replacement, until Sony releases their phone or the Bold comes to my country. After reading several reviews and post I decided to take a chance a buy the Touch Pro. First look, the phone looks nice and well designed. However, I am not that impressed with this phone and WILL sell the phone when the any of the other phones come out.
Cons; Touch Screen
The phone is little slow and the Touch Flo function that HTC created is not good. I had the iphone for a while, even though I did not like it, the touch screen functionality is 1000 times better than the HTC. When you try to scroll through your contacts, it keeps going none stop without stopping. Selecting the contact is another challenge .
This is a programming functionality but for some reason you cannot organize the contact list in First name basis; only last name
Sometime the computer will not recognize the phone. Also you cannot edit your phone contacts through the computer
Not impressed by the Touch Pro speed, it reminds me of the old 8525 5f Tytn speed.
Little small, but you can get use to it. Another issue is sometime the screen turn black, the only way to get the screen back is to reboot the phone
Is the worst application I have ever used? I believe that the old 8525 is 100 times better than windows 6.1. I like the conversation option it has though.
In comparison to Blackberry and iphone, this phone’s browser is a joke. It does not fit the page correctly, thus you actually have to zoom in to read each part of the page.
Is a complete joke.
Actual Key board functionality is good, however the onscreen keyboard sometimes get on your way
Size is good, but I think they rushed in production with this model, which they just copied the Diamond applications into this; the reason of conflict in some of the functionality of the phone
Overall, I am not impressed of this phone. If you are thinking of buying one, please test it first. If you are debating between Xperia and this one, get the Xperia; hoping they will not face the same issues HTC Touch Pro has with Windows Mobile 6.1
anyone tried successfully using the gps? tried using googlemap and garmin xt, no gps signal.
HTC Touch Pro,, finally available in Saudi Arabia,, contact NASA (they have it for sure) or I guess Jarir Bookstore, or maybe Cellucom,, but I'm sure NASA has it,, finally I got mine =)
Hi guys. need a help just bought my HTC Touch Pro excellent phone no doubt. i need to know how to use the built in gps. the only thing i can see is quickGPS. how can i download the maps and how to use the GPS functionality. thanks
holdem, 15 Sep 2008You have to manually end previous opened applications on the upper right corner.Thanks Mr. Holden. My battery might drain out very fast because of that. Now, I'm taking your advice
Got it 2 days ago in Kuwait device is really nice and fast and battery lasts much more than Diamond however it lacks Arabic support.
Most likely the first person in New York City to have this phone. Had this on September 2nd. Excellent phone. Windows Mobile 6.1 with touch is nice.
I got it from Jarir, they have it for sure. You can go there and check. You can contact me on firstname.lastname@example.org, and we can talk if you want.
Hi all, I've just one week using HTC Touch Pro. Very good, powerful and stylist. But, why the is very fast drain out. Last night from 10-12pm i recharge the battery for 3 hrs but before lunch time today is is already flat (red bar). I was not using it continuously. But why it draining very fast? According to its spec., it has up to 406hrs standby. If my unit shows around 200hrs, its ok. can anybody explain?
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stan, 12 Sep 2008I want to know HTC phone made in china or what ? thanks
Just an additional info, yes, HTC's from Taiwan. Besides that their manufacturing history involved being the OEM manufacturer for the O2 XDA 1, II, IIi, IIs models (after that O2 switched to another manufacturer), Dopod models and now their own HTC brand. So they have good history and I believe (I can't say totally confirmed) that their reliability factor should be good for their machines. Of course due to such quantity produced from them in the market all these years, I'm sure there were some with some kind of problems, it's hard to get zero defects in manufacturing. At least they have the experience in manufacturing PDA phones for many years since the first O2 XDA 1 in 2001. (HTC guys should pay me for this... but it's the fact. (LOL)
Hope this helps