Today 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 demo of the new TouchFLO technology by visiting htctouch.com.
HTC Touch is tri-band GPRS/EDGE enabled device with Wi-Fi support. As in all HTC phones, the Touch is working on Windows Mobile operating system and this time it is version 6 Professional. Part of the software pack contains Outlook Mobile, Office Mobile, Windows Live and Internet Explorer. These great features are put together in just 99.9 x 58 x 13.9 mm and 112 grams (about the size of LG Prada, but 2mm thicker and 27 grams heavier). The innovative touchscreen is 2.8" wide in the diagonal and has 240 x 320 pixels resolution with 65K colors. All your data will be saved either on the 128 MB internal memory or on the 1GB microSD memory card included in the box. HTC Touch has 64 MB RAM. The phone is also equipped with a 2 megapixel camera and comes in two color variants: elegant soft black or alluring wasabi green.
HTC Touch is already available in the United Kingdom and will hit the market in Asia and the rest of Europe until the end of the month. As for South and North America, it will be launched there in the second half of 2007.
12 years and still this phone. Not sure if it is still usable but it can start
Hi All Can I check whether it is possible to install any software into this phone to enable GPS? Thanks.
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.