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HTC myTouch 4G Review

December 18th, 2010 Leave a comment Go to comments

In order to grab a better chunk of the smart phone market, HTC has now introduced the latest Android 2.2 enabled device, the HTC myTouch 4G smart phone. Working seamlessly on the 4G network it delivers better experience to the user. So what is it that makes HTC myTouch 4G so attractive to the mobile buff? Lets wade through its feature list to see what it takes to possess a HTC myTouch 4G smart phone.

On first impressions, the HTC myTouch 4G seems to be very easy on the eyes with its mono block design and touch screen LCD display. Although the AMOLED display would have definitely made the cut, the TFT LCD display doesn’t leave you wanting for more and provides quite vibrant output with a resolution of 480 x 800. Also impressive is its comfortable fit in the hands and ease of operation. With the weight a little more than 150 grams it is quite light for the functionality punch it carries within. For the end user the package comes equipped with an 8GB memory card that can be expanded up to 32 GB for that wholesome entertainment on the move. Apart from the memory feature, it also has a 1400mAh standard lithium ion battery to power it up and provide the user with 360 minutes of talk time and generous standby time of 288 hours under normal usage conditions. Impressed …. Huh? Well it’s time to open its glitzy body and have a peek inside.

To start with the HTC myTouch 4G device is studded with Qualcomm MSM Snapdragon 8255 processor at its heart operating at 1 GHz. Definitely making the loaded applications power up in a snap aided with 4GB of ROM and equally impressive 768 MB RAM. Conforming to wide range of network protocols it is able to perform with ample serenity on GSM/GPRS/EDGE/HSDPA/HSPA+ networks and help tracking the location via an internal GPS antenna. Video calling is almost ubiquitous with a device like this and materializes the same with a VGA front facing camera. Not to forget the 5 MP back face camera aided with a LED flash to capture those instantaneous moments. Connecting to other devices over the air is a breeze with Bluetooth 2.1 and Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n protocol offering stupendous fast collaborations. Finally the ‘invisible’ element that weaves these features together is the Android mobile operating system 2.2 (Froyo) giving a cutting edge to HTC myTouch 4G device to root out the competition.

Needless to say, the HTC myTouch 4G smart phone add another dimension to the smart phone world and moves closer to make the place better interconnected and appreciable.

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