The HTC Explorer offers an impressive array of functions and featuresMar 15th, 2012 | By phoneslimited | Category: Telecommunications
The HTC Explorer is a smart phone which provides an impressive range of technology, with one eye on its price tag. The handset utilises a snapdragon 600 MHz processor, combined with the gingerbread version of the android operating system, all of which is contained within an impressively compact unit which has dimensions of 102 mm x 57 mm wide whilst being 12 mm thick and weighing 108 g in weight.
The handset comes with an impressive 3.2 inch TFT capacitive display screen which not only offers touch screen functionality but also comes with a range of touch sensitive controls as well as the HTC sense user interface, version 3.5. Imagery displayed within the screen is of outstanding quality by virtue of the fact that it displays up to 256,000 colours within a pixel screen resolution that is quoted at 320 x 480 pixels. The unit comes with ring and vibration alert options as well as the ability to utilise MP3 and WAV ringtones, whilst also providing hands free functionality in the form of a loudspeaker. The unit also comes with a 3.5 mm jack which comes with SRS surround sound enhancement.
As you would expect the unit comes with a full compliment of connectivity options which include the usual Micro USB and Bluetooth as well as EDGE and GPRS connectivity. In addition high-speed Internet access is available through its own 3G connection, with the ability to access the net at speeds of up to 14.4 Mbps, whilst also offering the opportunity of accessing available Wi Fi facilities. In addition the unit comes with the ability to create its own a Wi Fi hotspot. The unit comes with a micro-SD card slot which enables the user to increase the available memory capacity by utilising relevant cards, up to a value of 32 GB.
The unit’s additional functionality includes accelerometer and proximity sensors in combination with satellite navigation which has the benefits of A-GPS support, whilst also providing a stereo FM radio with RDS, MP4/MP3 multimedia player and the usual elements of an organiser, voice memo facility and predictive text input capability.
The HTC Explorer, which in many ways is like the HTC Radar, has become a justifiably popular unit due to its impressive functionality at an affordable price.
The author writes on a variety of subjects including the HTC Explorer and the HTC Radar