TechDigest has a review up of HTCâ€™s first branded smartphone, the TyTN. The TyTN is HTCâ€™s first Windows Mobile Pocket PC device under their own brand name (although why they decided to cop Motorolaâ€™s four-letter naming convention for their first branded device is a mystery).
So how does this Tri-Band UMTS, Quad-Band EDGE, Bluetooth and Wi-Fi device fair? TechDigest likes the TyTNâ€™s size and large screen, BlackBerry-like scrollwheel, and full QWERTY sliding keypad.
The bad then? As with most Pocket PC devices, the TyTNâ€™s phone capabilities are pretty buried. TechDigest also didnâ€™t like the poor, 2 megapixel camera and uncovered MicroSD slot (which could easily be ruined by dirt or sand).
If youâ€™re interested in learning more about the TyTN, Mobility Today has some hands-on screenshots and a long-winded video review up on their site.