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Touch screen devices are nothing new but since the debut of the iPhone, actually even before it launched, OEMs have been adding advanced touch capabilities to their devices.  One of the first touch phones to appear was the HTC Touch, a Windows Mobile smartphone that added […]

Touch screen devices are nothing new but since the debut of the iPhone, actually even before it launched, OEMs have been adding advanced touch capabilities to their devices.  One of the first touch phones to appear was the HTC Touch, a Windows Mobile smartphone that added a touch interface to make reaching for the stylus something that is done less than before.  The Sprint Touch is a newer version of the HTC Touch that has extended the touch interface to make it more capable for the user.  Joel at geek.com has posted a thorough review of the Sprint Touch and finds it easy to use sans stylus.  Take a look at the review and see if you agree with Joel.

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  1. GoodThings2Life Tuesday, October 30, 2007

    I just bought a Sprint Mogul recently, and I generally don’t use the stylus unless I am doing a lot of scrolling or need to type. I can definitely believe that the HTC Touch makes things a lot easier.

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