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PostPosted: Sun Mar 17, 2013 9:23 am 
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HTC Touch Pro mobile and accessories, branded as Vodafone but it has been SIM-unlocked and the ROM upgraded to Windows Mobile 6.5, with the 'Honeycomb' menu and 'Panels' home screen as seen in the photo. This custom ROM is the most stable and fast WM6.5 ROM for this model, and is really effective, also improving the already excellent battery life (especially in comparison to some of the current generation of smartphones).

The phone has all the usual smartphone features with the addition of a slide-out QWERTY keyboard on the underside: see ... -49298799/ for what it looks like with the keyboard out. It has GPS to so you can install Sat Nav programs (not included) and use the phone as a sat nav without having to use an external bluetooth GPS. The 2.8" TFT resistive touchscreen has a high resolution of 480 x 640 pixels, and is bright and sharp. Too many features to list - you may want to see the full specs at:

Condition-wise, the phone is in fully functional condition and excellent cosmetic condition. Aside from a couple of light marks to the screen (only visible upon close inspection with the screen turned off) and one or two very tiny marks around the directional button the phone is more or less immaculate. I'll hard-reset the phone before sending.

The phone comes with a compatible spare battery, mains charger and USB cable, as pictured. Not pictured but also included are the HTC earphones kit, which I don't think has ever been used. Plus I also have a leather-effect sleeve case that I bought for it - it's not great but I'll throw it in anyway. The phone takes a MicroSD card, but I don't have one spare - they only cost a couple of quid nowaways anyway though.


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