HTC MTeoR full review
This is easily one of the most stylish smartphones on the market. It sports appealing, subtly curved lines and a satisfyingly chunky, but not weighty, look and feel that’s perfect for placing casually on the desk while you’re pitching your master plan at a client meeting. The display offers the same 320 x 240 resolution as some of the competition – unfortunately, in portrait mode only – and is bright, clear and easy to read. The operating system is Windows Mobile 5.0, and although the processor runs at 300MHz, this phone feels speedy and responsive. 3G comes as standard, so you’re not limited to the standard GSM networks. Navigation is by means of a jog wheel and micro-joystick. It’s easy enough to find your way around and access to contacts, a calendar and other essentials is fast and intuitive. iSync is only possible with a third-party add-on. Also included is a rather mediocre 1.3-megapixel camera that’s fine for snaps, but lacks flash or a portrait mode.