Reviewers Liked

  • New features VCast Mobile TV, Updated user interface with TouchFLO 3D, Comes with a number of preloaded applications, like Bing, Opera Mobile, etc, Device looks pretty good, and it is a slim phone, Choice between using the stylus of fingers for manipu
  • Windows Mobile 6.5, Battery life (13 hours with moderate use, WiFi disabled), Design
  • Intuitive TouchFlo 3D interface, Crisp, high-resolution display, FloTV support, VGA video recording, 3.5mm headphone jack
  • Good looks, huge display, builtin TV, world roaming
  • Large, responsive touchscreen. Great features, especially for calling and contact handling. Solid Web browsing.
  • Sharp screen resolution and UI design. Global 3G roaming. Broadcast mobile TV looks great. Excellent Web browsing
  • Huge high res screen, slim, Mobile TV
  • The HTC Imagio has support for Verizon's V Cast Mobile TV and the carrier's array of V Cast multimedia services. It also has Windows Mobile 6.5, a slew of productivity apps, Wi-Fi, GPS, Bluetooth, EV-DO Rev. A, and world phone capabilities. We lov

Reviewers Didn't Like

  • No LED flash, Audio quality very poor, Expensive for the type of device
  • Hard to insert microSD card, and remove battery cover, Text input slow without using stylus, *
  • Mediocre touchscreen keyboard, No multitouch support, So-so call quality
  • Somewhat large, slow data speeds
  • Disappointing camera. Media player could use an interface upgrade. VZ Navigator should be much better on this device.
  • Playing videos is a pain. A little sluggish and buggy at times
  • Large, V Cast apps are a little laggy and buggy
  • The HTC Imagio's microSD card is located behind the battery cover and the call quality can be a little choppy