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Image Gallery: Qwest Fusion Windows Mobile Smartphone

Qwest is a regional wireless carrier and they have taken steps to get the latest and greatest Windows Mobile 6 devices added to their collection. The Qwest Fusion is a device from HTC that is similar to the HTC Vox and brings EVDO in a nice compact form factor full of features.
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Qwest is a regional wireless carrier and they have taken steps to get the latest and greatest Windows Mobile 6 devices added to their collection. The Qwest Fusion is a device from HTC that is similar to the HTC Vox and brings EVDO in a nice compact form factor full of features.
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Qwest includes a Getting Started Guide that gives you some good information concerning their wireless network.

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There are some other documents that help you setup and use your device with ease.

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Qwest gives you two HTC proprietary cables for additional functionality.

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These two splitter cables let you sync/charge and listen to music with wired headsets.

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You can listen to music with the stereo earbuds and also make/receive calls with the HTC wired headset.

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The Qwest Fusion in standard phone mode adjacent to the included leather case.

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The Qwest Fusion has a compact candy-bar form factor in closed mode.

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The display slides to the left to reveal the QWERTY keyboard. The display auto rotates into landscape mode as well.

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The right side shows the directional arrows, shortcut keys, and right soft key.

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The FN and Cap/Shift keys as well as the number key arrangement can be seen on the left side of the keyboard.

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The front standard keypad has two soft keys, a Home button, back button, and the send/end keys around the phone keypad.

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A light sensor adjusts the keypad backlight.

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The QWERTY keyboard lights up with a bright blue lighting that shows the alternate characters too. The blue is almost too bright in dark situations.

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You can see the orange indicator light in the top left area of the keyboard.

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You can see that the Qwest Fusion is similar to the AT&T Tilt, but has a non-touch screen.

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The Dash and Fusion are both Smartphones with a different approach to QWERTY keyboard usage. The Tilt doesn't have a keypad for easy dialing.

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The Qwest logo appears in the upper right of the front. The HTC logo appears upon startup of the device.

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The Home screen shows connection status and strength, most recently used applications, time/date, calendar appointments, selected profile, and messaging status.

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