HTC Snap screenshot gallery
I’ve just got my hands on an HTC Snap, the new non-touch screen Windows Mobile device set to go on sale later in May
I’ve just got my hands on an HTC Snap, the new non-touch screen Windows Mobile device set to go on sale later in May.
It is, as expected, HTC’s version of a BlackBerry, which is no bad thing, and it’s a pretty decent effort too. The keyboard, which can make or break a device like this, seems genuinely good (better, possibly, than my Nokia E71), and the Inner Circle feature, which splits out emails from key contacts, seems like a worthy idea.
Other software features are also pretty good, as HTC has brought over some of the multimedia apps from its Touch devices. They’ve also HTC-ised some of the menus – but not all of them, which results in a rather inconsistent look. It would have been nice if they’d have gone all the way.
Here’s the key screens from the device; and I’ll have some hands-on pics later.
The HTC Snap will be on sale at Devicewire
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