It has been a good year for HTC. Making the bold move to the consumer frontlines, the Taiwan-based technological company has managed to capture the attention and possibly the hearts of many with the introduction of its Touch series of Windows Mobile devices.
When HTC introduced the HTC Touch in June 2007, its TouchFlo interface was the highlight of the month, or possibly the year. In a sense, it was the definitive Windows Mobile device, one that brought the OS to a wider consumer market and spurred the early adoption of Windows Mobile. Of course, with more than a year gone, we have seen these early adopters evolving and growing into users who have familiarized themselves with the interface and the genre, and unavoidably, the question of why the HTC Touch was introduced as just a 2.5G device pops up.
HTC's newest member in the Touch family, the HTC Touch 3G is the answer for critics. So go ahead, click the next page if you've satisfied yourself with the first peek and the specification list of the HTC Touch 3G.