Image Gallery: Hands on with the Samsung OMNIA HD, Nokia E75, N86, HTC Touch Pro2 and HTC Snap

Image Gallery: Hands on with the Samsung OMNIA HD, Nokia E75, N86, HTC Touch Pro2 and HTC Snap

Summary: The Samsung OMNIA HD has a beautiful 3.7 inch AMOLED display. The Nokia E75 has a full slide-out QWERTY keyboard in a compact package while the N86 takes the dual slider form factor to the next level. The HTC Snap was announced at CTIA 2009 and is the true successor to the HTC Excalibur/T-Mobile Dash. The keyboard is fantastic and the device feels great in your hand. The HTC Touch Pro2 is the latest full QWERTY keyboard device with an amazing display and some excellent features that make it a very compelling device for the power user.

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TOPICS: Hardware, HTC, Nokia, Samsung
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  • There is a virtual touch-sensitive zoom bar at the bottom front above the hardware buttons for active zooming in applications.

  • When you press the Start button you are taken to a page of application shortcuts. This is designed to help you transition to Windows Mobile 6.5.

  • HTC integrates Facebook data right into your People application.

Topics: Hardware, HTC, Nokia, Samsung

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