The Htc Touch : Experience the Magic of a Touch Screen

By: Adam Caitlin

The HTC Touch is one of the world's best selling phones with functionalities that leaves its users baffled at its amazing features. The mobile is loaded with numerous advanced features. The HTC Touch is a smart phone and there is space for its further development, such as insertion of a new memory card.

This Touch has magical features such as touch sensitive screen that allows the quick accessing of files, icons and other programs. The screen resolution of the phone is of 240 x 320 pixels. It also supports colours of 65 K shades. This screen is great for playing games, videos and watching pictures. The handset has large memory support and there is sufficient space for storing of downloaded ringtones, games and music in it. So, the users of this mobile can retrieve these files with ease, whenever they feel the need to entertain themselves.

The Touch can comfortably connect with the world's leading network service providers. The device can also connect with alternative service providers like HSCSD,GPRS, EDGE, WLAN, 3G, Bluetooth, and Infrared. Service providers such as Bluetooth enable the wireless transfer of files to other devices. The main service provider, however, remains an indisputable means to provide services such as SMS, MMS and emails. Attachments can also be sent with these options. The attachments received can be viewed with document viewers that allow users to watch files on formats such as Word, Excel, Outlook and PDF viewer.

Entertainment is permitted on the with the MP3 player that can play songs on popular formats. The FM radio can bring all sorts of music and entertainment programs. There is also a 2 MP camera to get good quality pictures. The battery gives standby time of 200 hr and talk time of 5 hrs. Thus, the user can use this battery to play music and songs for long hours. The memory of the gadget is 128 MB and it can further be expanded up to 8 GB.

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