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hTC smart...possible quidco as well..100.00 @ o2
hTC smart...possible quidco as well..100.00 @ o2

hTC smart...possible quidco as well..100.00 @ o2

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Here's first look at the HTC Smart, a feature phone that really tries to look like one of HTC's smartphone's, thanks to its Sense-based user interface.

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300mhz processor?Might be a bit slow, but still a good phone. Also please DO bear in mind that the operating system is BREW from Qualcomm.

Htc Smart vs. Samsung Monte???,,, this same price ...

No Wi-fi

Was interested but no GPS

SuperEd

£100 with no wifi/gps !!

Think it may be worth waiting for the Vodafone 845 (Huawei 'Joy' clone) as it's expected to be about this price and has wi-fi . Whilst it will be full of vodafone junk is should hopefully be easy enough to flash it with the joy's software. Runs full Android 2.1.

Not very responsive screen based on that video.

That would get annoying (as a Nokia 5800 owner, it can be very frustrating).

Sliwka;8624774

Htc Smart vs. Samsung Monte???,,, this same price ...



Is the Samsung Monte the same price and where?

i-Fi No

carphonewarehouse.com/mob…PAY
Samsung Monte at £99.95 but you have to add £10 top up. Which is the best between these 2 phones. Monte does have wi-fi, gps and better battery life.

axxxr;8625711

Is the Samsung Monte the same price and where?



Phones4you,you can buy it 99.97 hotukdeals.com/ite…9-9

Lewy69;8626105

http://www.carphonewarehouse.com/mobiles/choose-tariff/SAMSUNG-S5620-MONTE/PPAYSamsung Monte at £99.95 but you have to add £10 top up. Which is the best between these 2 phones. Monte does have wi-fi, gps and better battery life.



But if you go into a store if youre already on o2 you don't need the topup and can ask for an upgrade

Would you get this or the motorola DEXT on orange which is 149 quid

DragonChris;8625096

Not very responsive screen based on that video.That would get annoying … Not very responsive screen based on that video.That would get annoying (as a Nokia 5800 owner, it can be very frustrating).

I quite like my 5800 screen. It's resistive - unlike these htc screens - which means I can use it with gloves on, and I can use the screen buttons even when I've sealed the phone in a polythene food bag (good for avoiding steam damage when listening to podcasts in the bath)!

I'll add a little heat for this based on the deal - but seriously, HTC's update policy is shocking.

There's something wrong when a "cheap and cheerful" model like this is on Android 2.1 and (up and till the Nexus 1 came out) the former flagship model the Hero is stuck on 1.5.
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