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8 out of 10
Robust, fast and probably the last smart phone without a touch screen. Important when working in very cold conditions. I've had two and have no serious complaints.
0 out of 10
whilst the phone runs smoothly to begin with after about 2 months use it becomes slow and freezes alot. the transition between screens for sliding the keyboard up and down becomes sticky and the qwerty keyboard often gives characters you don't want despite not pressing the function button.
4 out of 10
I have had this phone for nearly a year now and i wouldnt reccomend it! It looks nice and stylish but i find it slow and mine has broke 4 times! Ok so im not the best with phones, im a student, go on nights out etc but the screen has cracked 4 times, i have had other phones before which have been...
4 out of 10
Have had a few HTC phones now - this is the poorest. Features, software, screen ok - BUT - call and end call buttons are too small and integrated with home/back/softkeys. Cannot operate call/end buttons without hitting other keys or failing to press correct keys.
Short extract: The HTC S740 is a rare beast in the Windows Mobile world. Remember when phones were phone-shaped? A numeric keyboard up front, a screen you can’t touch to activate stuff? Ahh.. Those were the days.
7 out of 10
Short extract: The HTC S740 is an HSDPA-supporting slider handset that tips the scale at 140 grams, and has the dimensions of 116 x 43 x 16 millimetres. Externally, the S740 resembles a few of HTC's Touch series of sleek mobile phones, such as the HTC Touch Pro and the HTC Touch Diamond.
Conclusion: Nevertheless, its suite of features that highlight connectivity, complete with a stylish design, makes HTC S740 an irresistible handset for modern users.
9 out of 10
Short extract: HTC has managed to make a name for itself in its own right having spent years as the design force behind handsets such as the Orange SPV range and other innovative models. It still makes phones for mobile operators - hence the T-Mobile Google Android G1 , which is actually an HTC phone - but it also...
6 out of 10
Short extract: With HTC’s Touch range of devices saturating the market, it’s refreshing to see the manufacturer reverting back to more traditional values with the HTC S740.
5 out of 10
Short extract: Every now and then a product is launched that completely takes everyone by surprise, sweeping all before it from seemingly nowhere. Like a non-league minnow beating Premier League opposition in the FA Cup, this is exactly what HTC's Touch HD achieved recently.
Conclusion: A sleek and sexy smartphone stuffed with hardware, but the ergonomics are wrong, wrong, wrong.