The HTC Explorer is an impressive option for all

Dec 29th, 2011 | By phoneslimited | Category: Telecommunications

The HTC Explorer is an impressive choice which combines an incredible array of useful functionality with aesthetic appeal, all of which is incorporated into a handset that utilises a 600 MHz processor and the gingerbread version of the android operating system. The unit itself has dimensions of 102 mm x 50 mm wide whilst being 12 mm thick and weighing just 108 g, making it a compact and lightweight option.

The mobile phone has a 3.2 inch TFT screen which provides not only capacitive capabilities but also offers touch screen capability. The display screen provides exceptional quality imaging by virtue of the fact that it is able to display 256,000 color combinations all of which are contained within a pixel screen resolution of 320 x 480 pixels. In addition the handset comes with accelerometer and proximity sensors whilst for navigation the smartphone offers touch sensitive controls and version 3.5 of the HTC sense user interface.

The unit comes with GPRS and EDGE connections in addition to Bluetooth and Micro USB alternatives, whilst also providing effective high-speed Net access through its 3G or Wi Fi connections. A micro-SD card slot is also provided, which enables the user to expand the available memory capacity within the unit up to 32 GB by using relevant cards.

The mobile phone also comes with an array of additional functions and features which include a snapshot 3.15 mega pixel camera, that also takes video at 480 pixels, inaddition to a stereo FM radio with RDS, and an MP4/MP3 multimedia player. In addition the unit provides the options of satellite navigation which comes with A-GPS support, as well as an organiser, predictive text input and a range of useful Google related features.

The HTC Explorer, which in various ways is much the same as the popular HTC Radar is an unit that delivers effective levels of useful functionality combined with impressive technology.

The author writes on a variety of subjects including the HTC Explorer and the HTC Radar

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