Product reviews, this video is showing a review on the Verizon HTC touch pro xv6850 part 2/4.
Okay, to start part two of this review, I’m going to start up with the boot test. Now, you can boot up the device in two ways, you can boot up without the touch flow 3D interphase and enable it, oh with an enabled, so we’re going to do both. I’m going to boot it first with an enabled and then we’re going to show you how fast to boot up without enabled so let’s start off.
Okay now, the touch flow is enabled and loaded up, I’m just going to show you quickly here how much memory you have. It says it uses above 57% of the memory here. The total memory that you get for programs is about 140MB, says you can use this about 64MB and free as above 48.26 and it’s kind of varying up and down as it goes along.
So, this is to give you an idea how fast the boot tab with touch flow enabled so now what we’re going to do is I’m actually going to disable the touch flow and then boot it up without it to show you the difference. Okay now let’s try this on without touch flow 3D.
Okay there you go, you have fully-loaded windows desktop here and I want to be able to take a look in to the memory count here.
Now see, it’s enough with a lot more memory—and uses only 46.88, 47 rather megabytes in memory kind of varies up between 47 and about 52 on boot to free memory of all 61 megabytes so what you do is to actually get a lot more free memory without that full 3D enabled.
Now that we’ve done two boot tests, let’s take it to other software. Okay, the first application we’re going to go over is sort of basic phone applications within the device so we’re just going press send here and also bring up the phone menu. You noticed in the phone menu there’s nice little—skin that’s over. It makes it a lot easier to navigate through and over it gets a better presentation. So, you can see here the numbers are a lot bigger, you can actually from here to top you get your most recent calls and you can actually start to scroll down and it allows you go through your contact list right within the app right there. You can also get your contacts down here by clicking on a contact icon there and down here you can get to your main menu which gives you some other option as well from saving notes and sending text messages and setting speed out in such.
And just to show you how it looks like in a call, you can just start to dial a number and it will bring up your contact name if you have it already sorted in. If not, you can just click on one of here. We did get this test number here. And then it’ll—once it’s connected or actually give, give a little vibrate once you know it’s connected. You see here at the top you’ll get your actual photo ID contact if they have one, you have 60 different buttons from call history, calendar, notes, mute, speaker phone, and contacts. And you have your end call here right here on the side you have different options which are the same as there and if you keep at here, you can go back to your call status and you can end the call simply by doing that.
So, that’s basic phone application, are safe compared to the previous one in XV6800. It is a lot easier to navigate through. Next, we’re going to a context itself which not much has changed in context other than it can add this nice little bar here to side, little bar here that allows you to kind of scroll straight to the letter that you’re looking for and it kind of brings it up in a big box right there as you can see. Other than the contacts are relatively the same and your calendar is also will probably be the same as well, you get your day, your week your month and your year, obviously counting the—you can go by your agenda as well. So, the calendar application hasn’t changed much. The task application hasn’t changed at all and we can go here in to the messaging here and I’ll see when you click on this, you’ll also have an e-mail set up as well. I don’t have a setup on this one yet but you can get an e-mail option as well so like an SMS, MMS messaging which is one and the same in the inbox here and what they pretty much added, this is one is 6.1 which if you had it on your previous XV6800 or your previous one as mobile device, the major thing that changed in this is to add ready text messaging.
As you can see here it—up like a chat and a nice thing is when you wan to start, want to reply to a text message and you don’t want to open up the whole keypad, yes you give it a nice little keypad here to virtual keypad here to type on. You can shrink it down by doing that or you can just flip it open to start typing on the keyboard. And the only little, real new thing they did with the SMS application is basically the mail application itself is not only can you type a name via this way, when you turn it this way here and you start to type on a nice keyboard here instead of typing a name just type in T for task and you actually get the name instead of up here down here and you can just actually click on it and the name will auto populate.
But beyond that, it’s the same as one of those mobile 6.1 bays so you have your enterprise e-mail support as well and the next time we’re going to go through is I’m actually going to go over more of a detailed software information within the added applications but just to give you another quick view up here, it’s like, these icons right here, you just click on them and you can get right to your battery, you can get right to the sounds and stuff like that. You can get to your memory application right here to manage your memory and things like that.
So, that’s overall how one does mobile 6.1 on this device looks if you don’t have touch flow 3D enabled. So, the next thing I’m going to do like I said earlier is we’re going to, I’m going to actually get in to some of the added software applications that are in the device and then I’m probably going to go over the touch flow 3D interphase as well. So, stay tuned for the next part.
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