Why Buy The New HTC 7 Pro?

January 27, 2011 | By | 5 Replies More

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If you were enjoying the features and the likeable functionalities of Windows 7 on your PC, then, you’re also going to love it on the HTC 7 Pro mobile phone without question. The HTC Pro being a Windows 7 phone is more than just your regular smartphone with a dedicated slide and a tilt QWERTY keyboard making video viewing, hands-free and typing a pleasant experience.

As a smartphone, the HTC 7 Pro allows viewing and editing of the latest Office docs on your phone, reduce clutter on unread, urgent, or flagged messages in your Outlook inbox. Likewise, use SharePoint® in group or team project collaboration.

Unlike any other cheap mobile phones out there, the HTC 7 Pro boasts a 3.6 inch capacitive WVGA display alongside its large physical keypad complete with a pixel resolution of 480 x 800, a 5 megapixel camera with LED flash and 720p HD video capture, Dolby Mobile surround sound and 16GB of storage for all of your files.
Like most smartphones, HTC Hub supports apps that matter to business people like managing your portfolio and a whole lot more.

HTC 7 Pro is a 3G phone with up to 7.2 Mbps and up to 2 Mbps download speed and upload speed, respectively. It has GPRS, G-Sensor, a digital compass, a proximity sensor and an ambient light sensor. The HTC 7 Pro is a Quad band phone weighing 185 grams and has a battery which allows up to 330 minutes of talk-time or 360 hours on standby.

If you’re the type who likes the beauty of slide and tilt screen on a fancy QWERTY keyboard, you’ll definitely enjoy using the HTC 7 Pro mobile phone. Grab reasonably cheap 7 pro deals on www.dialtosave.co.uk now while it lasts.

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  1. Kyle says:

    I think the “likeable functionalities of Windows 7” are universally enjoyable for users of any OS. The real question here: How many of the unlikable functionalities of Windows 7, like its unbelievably slow loading time and intermittent unresponsiveness using IE8 (some version of which is probably the pre-installed browser for the phone), will be included with the phone. I love my HTC phone, but I think I’ll stick with Android!

  2. Mathdelane says:

    Hi Kyle,
    I have been using Win 7 on my laptop and never experienced any lagging or unresponsiveness with IE8. I have no idea how it goes with mobiles because if I do, I surely will be sharing it with you. Nonetheless, I can’t say anything bad with Win 7.

  3. Akhilesh says:

    @Kyle : One of the main selling point of Windows 7 have been performance improvements over Vista. I also bought Win 7 for the same reason. IE8 too is not that bad a browser. Even if it is, you could always try installing some third party web browser (Opera Mini).

    Like Mathdelane, I too have had no problems with it on my laptop so, it would probably work well on mobiles too.

  4. Even I was not happy with IE performance on Win Vista. Hope this HTC Pro which sounds really stunning proves to be a good windows 7 phone.

  5. Zowie says:

    I’ve been an old smartphone’s user/abuser, i,m a big fan of symbian i don’t know what to expect about windows phone 7 but after read this article i think maybe its time to use another phone instead of nokia,HTC 7 Pro seems well.

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