HTC FUZE for AT&T debuts, gets reviewed

Htc_fuze_black_lThe wait is over for HTC’s FUZE on AT&T as the device with the intuitive TouchFlo 3D is now available for $299 after rebate and two-year commitment. I’d say the Windows Mobile 6.1 Professional device is pretty much loaded:

  • Integrated aGPS, 802.11b/g WiFi, Bluetooth 2.0 + EDR
  • Tri-band HSDPA support
  • 3.2-megapixel camera
  • 2.8-inch touchscreen with VGA (640×480) resolution
  • Slide-out, backlit full QWERTY keyboard

Opera appears to be the native browser paired with this 3G handset, which should make for a better web experience. That’s arguable of course, and fans of Internet Explorer can always switch if they want. It’s nice to see another VGA device out on the market; I still think at this point, that’s the lowest resolution we should deal with on a phone with a 2.5-inch or better display size.

Mobility Site has a full review of the HTC FUZE already available so you can get a detailed look at all of the pros and cons. I’m still not sold on the five-row keyboard as it looks a little cramped to me, but I’m sure some folks won’t mind it.