Dec 8, 2009

HTC Touch Viva

The HTC Touch Viva is the successor of the HTC Touch, a smartphone with a Microsoft operating system Windows Mobile 6.1 Professional, featuring advanced multimedia features and a TI OMAP 850 processor from 201 MHz and equipped with a bright 2.8-inch display can display up to 65000 colors. Based on the new touch screen user interface from HTC, Manila 2D, the device allows control through the touch of fingers and provides instant access to contacts, applications, weather, Google maps and common tasks. It is equipped with a 2 megapixel digital camera with CMOS sensor with self-timer and zoom, great for taking pictures at high resolution, even if it lacks the flash. The memory is expandable via microSD cards, useful for storing many multimedia files. It also comes with Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and USB.


Regarding the specifications, it is a Quadband GSM, which means it can take advantage of the networks 850, 900, 1800 and 1900 MHz, providing an excellent network coverage anywhere in the world. Do not miss the opportunity to surf the Internet, thanks to built-in modem and WAP connectivity, Wi-fi, while the data transfer can be done by EDGE technology and GPRS.

HTC Touch Viva is one of the latest models of the successful series of HTC Touch and has, therefore, the now classic TouchFLO interface that has proved popular. To be highlighted, in addition to 2.8-inch touchscreen, even the Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, a long battery life and many audio and video formats supported. The camera could be improved, the processor is not powerful, and there is no UMTS radio. These are the disadvantages.
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