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HTC Touch Pro Review & Specs

HTC Touch Pro is a low end cellphone launched in 2008, having a 3.2 MP back facing camera, a 2.8-inches touch-screen and a fast 528 MHz processor.

This cellphone is powered by a Qualcomm MSM7201 chip, packing a powerful CPU speeding at 528 megahertz with only 288 MB RAM memory.

This cellphone feels a bit heavyweight for a cellphone this size, weighting 5.82 oz. This device is 4.02 inches long and 2.01″ wide, it just holds a much smaller 2.8 inches screen. This cellphone is a little bit thick compared to current cellphones, with a thickness of 0.71 inches.

HTC equipped the HTC Touch Pro with a good looking 2.8-inches display, and a resolution of 640 x 480 (VGA), providing this device with a good graphical experience. Its display uses TFT resistive technology, but it’s not multi-touch.

The HTC Touch Pro is only equipped with a 3.2 MP back facing camera. This device also has auto-focus and flash.

This cellphone counts with a 1340 mAh medium capacity Li-Ion replaceable battery that can keep this phone running for several hours. This device has a reported 7 hours talk time and a 367 hs stand by time according to HTC.

This cellphone counts with WiFi connection (although it can’t be provided to other devices acting as a mobile hotspot) or fast 3G connection type, supported by HSDPA, HSUPA, UMTS and EDGE technologies. The HTC Touch Pro uses a SIM card for GSM networks.

This cellphone also includes some interesting features like Bluetooth, GPS and NFC (to trigger actions, transfer data or make payments by holding your device close to another NFC device or tag), and some sensors likeLight Sensor and Accelerometer.

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Specifications

Device Type:Phone
Brand:HTC
Operating System (OS):Windows Mobile Professional 6.1
Also Known As:T-Mobile HTC MDA Vario IV, HTC FUZE
Dimensions:4.02 x 2.01 x 0.71 inches
Weight:5.82 ounces
Release date:2008-06-04

Display

Screen Type:TFT (64K colors)
Size:2.8 inches
Resolution:480 x 640 pixels (VGA)
Pixel density:286 pixels per inch
Touch screen:Resistive

Hardware

Chipset:Qualcomm MSM7201
Processor:Single-Core 528 MHz
RAM Memory:288 MB
SD Card Slot:microSD, microSDHC

Battery

Battery type:Li-Ion
Removable:Yes
Capacity:1340 mAh
Stand-by Time:367 hours
Talk Time:7 hours

Camera

Back camera:3.2 megapixels
    Flash:Yes
Camera features:Auto-Focus

Networks

Wi-Fi:Yes
SIM Card Type:SIM
GSM Bands:850, 900, 1800, 1900
UMTS Bands:900, 2100
Technologies:HSDPA, HSUPA, UMTS, EDGE and GSM

Other Features

Bluetooth:Version 2.0, EDR
GPS:Yes
Sensors:Accelerometer and Light Sensor

Last update on 2019-12-07 / Affiliate links / Images from Amazon Product Advertising API

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