HTC TyTN review
HTC, the manufacturer behind the O2 Xda and Orange SPV handsets, is now also marketing products under its own brand. Not content with GSM, GPRS, EDGE and 802.11b/g, the TyTN also packs in 3G and HSPDA. The robust chassis has a 2.8in touchscreen TFT and a multitude of hardware buttons, plus two fairly good cameras: one for video calls and a 2-megapixel unit for snapshots. For typing, the sliding QWERTY keyboard is comfortable to use. With a 400MHz processor onboard, Windows Mobile 5 feels nippy too, although the 64MB of RAM for programs and storage will soon need supplementing via the MicroSD slot. As a phone, it’s just svelte enough to use without looking ridiculous, although its dimensions and 176g weight are bulky in a pocket. Nonetheless, with so much flexibility, the TyTN may allow you to leave your notebook at home.
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