Sydney does an unboxing and gives her first impressions of the HTC Freestyle. Because it uses HTC Sense UI, it looks very similar to HTC’s smartphones, but it’s a featurephone. Whether this means that you get all the coolness of a smartphone without the price or that you finally have a cheap phone that you’re not ashamed of, either way, it’s a win-win.
Aside from running Sense UI and being packed with all of its cool widgets, the Freestyle also has a 3 MP camera and a capacitive touchscreen, a pretty good one at that. After initial tests with the Freestyle’s touchscreen and virtual keyboard, it’s easy to say that it’s one of the best on the featurephone market.
The Freestyle is $99 on-contract from AT&T, which may be a little too expensive for some, but it’s definitely worth looking into.
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