HTC Fuze Review

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The Fuze offers what many TouchFLO fans have clamored for: a full, slide-out QWERTY keyboard, which means the Fuze could be a viable successor to the popular, though aging AT&T Tilt. That’s in addition to the Fuze’s touch screen and stylus, high-end CPU, pumped-up RAM, and full complement of wireless radios (Bluetooth, GPS, HSDPA, and Wi-Fi).

the Fuze features an all-black casing, losing the silver trim that accented the Sprint Pro. The Fuze also forgoes the gray soft-touch back cover in favor of the geometric one found on the unlocked HTC Touch Diamond.

The 2.8-inch LCD features full VGA (480-by-640-pixel) resolution. Beneath the Fuze’s touch screen is the same control-key arrangement as the Touch Diamond, right down to the stiff, circular, backlit 5-way control pad. The Fuze’s slide-out QWERTY mechanism feels extremely solid and engages with a positive click.

The 2.8-inch LCD features full VGA (480-by-640-pixel) resolution. Beneath the Fuze’s touch screen is the same control-key arrangement as the Touch Diamond, right down to the stiff, circular, backlit 5-way control pad. The Fuze’s slide-out QWERTY mechanism feels extremely solid and engages with a positive click.

Pros:
The HTC Fuze for AT&T ships with Windows Mobile 6.1, push e-mail capabilities, and a good helping of multimedia features, including a 3.2 megapixel camera. Other highlights include a full QWERTY keyboard; VGA touch screen; Wi-Fi; Bluetooth: GPS; and HSDPA support.

Cons:
The HTC Fuze doesn’t have a standard headphone jack, and the smartphone is a bit bulky. Speakerphone quality isn’t the greatest and streaming video can cause the phone to stall. It’s also pricey.

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