Verizon wireless has invented HTC Imagio to answer for all the critics which complained about the no more smart phones of Verizon. The main enlightened feature is V Cast Mobile TV. The fans of Verizon will be thrilled by the huge touch screen i.e. 3.6 inch and also has a high resolution display. One more feature of the phone that fascinates is that the phone comes loaded with the newest windows version 6.5 phone OS, Web browsing options are solid compared to previous phones.
- The hardware features of Imagio are witnessed by 3.5 mm headphone jack, camera having a high resolution of 5 mega pixel, wi – fi
- Large touch-screen Display, surrounded by the smooth edges and tapered corners
- Dimpled Bezel doubles the effect of sound system
- A Plastic Casing around gives an effective look and a quite comfort feel when its handled
- The QWERTY Keyboard supporting XT9 auto word complete, causing few mistakes because of the bigger keys.
- Zooming in and Zooming out is a tremendous thing where in browsing becomes more easier by sliding the finger on the bar which is underneath the display
- Bottom witnessed by 3.5mm headset jack, mini USB Port and volume rocker on the right spine
- One more feature of Imagio is it can switch between CDMA and GSM Networks.
- V Cast Mobile TV This Feature makes Imagio, a peculiar invention from previous versions
- Imagio also comes with windows media player 10 Mobile.
- Camera with 5 mega pixel stuns the fans of Imagio by viewing the photos taken by it, very pleasing, soothing to eyes, resolutions can be manually adjusted resulting in different modes.
- Imagio, tested in dual mode resulted in experiencing mixed quality of the call. Some said that the quality of the voice was good even when the loud speaker was on. Little Background noises were heard.
- But the calls kept on breaking but the voice sounded like a natural one during the phone conversation
- Video quality was little poor but no delay while switching on to the different channels
- Results shows a great stand by time of 13 days and a rated talk time of 5 hours