HTC Touch Pro 2 Verizon Cell Phone
This phone has everything and some more. HSDPA, Wi-Fi, A-GPS, Bluetooth and USB property — everything a business skilled might expect on a Smartphone. And Microsoft Mobile office suite (Word, PowerPoint, excel and OneNote) an Adobe PDF reader, data encryption and VPN access. It additionally includes TV-out capabilities creating it attainable to conduct PowerPoint shows from the handset, or watch YouTube clips on AN external show.

But these features all exist on other Smartphone, thus how about we have a tendency to take a look at something new. HTC has enclosed a brand new conference line of work feature that it says is simpler to use than conference line of work on fixed line handsets. To be honest, we're not too up to speed with fixed line conference line of work, but we can attest to how straightforward it is to set up a call with many parties on the HTC Touch Pro2 Verizon Cell Phone. To start a conference call you merely toggle the feature within a full of life call then choose the people you wish to add from your address book. You’ll be able to additionally initiate a telephone call from within AN email received by many recipients by selecting the feature in the message and checking the boxes for the people you wish to speak to.

Another common line of work task HTC has simplified is activating the telephone set. Whereas before you would possibly have had to take the phone from your ear and drilled into a menu of line of work choices to pick out speaker, with the touch Pro2 you merely place the phone on a flat surface with the screen facing down. The telephone set activates at once and will continue till you decide the phone up once more, at which time it automatically disengages. There is additionally the mute button we have a tendency to represent at the start of this review, which is employed to silence the audio of a call whereas the speaker is active.

Palm has updated the Pre for Verizon, slightly tweaking the hardware and upping the RAM available to run apps. The Pre Plus is exclusive to Verizon and in addition to the noted hardware updates, the Palm Pre Plus Verizon Cell Phone also will have an innovative and crazy-cool piece of software available for it called "Mobile Hotspot," which turns the Pre Plus into a mobile WiFi router. The Palm Pre Plus arrives January 25th on Verizon, exclusively, for $149.99 after a $100 mail-in rebate and a two-year contract.

At first glance, the Palm Pre Plus looks basically identical to the original Palm Pre. Palm has made only a handful of subtle changes to the overall hardware design. They have doubled the available RAM and storage memory too, which we'll get to below. Let's go over the physical changes first.

The most noticeable change is that Palm has removed the vestigial center button in the gesture area. They've opted to duplicate the Pixi's design by having a simple, tappable area that will bring you back to card view. In my usage thus far, I've found that simply tapping the center area doesn't work as reliably as pressing an actual center button. However, the good news is that the slightly more intuitive and slightly more fun 'Quick Swipe Up' duplicates that functionality. On the whole I think that removing the center button was the right move, it gives the Pre Plus a cleaner overall look and a more elegant experience.

Otherwise the overall design of the Palm Pre Plus appears identical to the original Pre (minus the branding on the mirror). It still feels incredibly good in the hand, it still has a fairly durable plastic, capacitive touchscreen that still attracts fingerprints, and so on. One change I wish Palm had made is moving the microphone hole to a slightly different spot, as it's still too easy to muffle or scrape the hole with your cheek when holding the phone. Look for more Verizon Phones at CellularCountry.com and find amazing deals and affordable phones just right for your tight budget.