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Difference Between HTC Fuze and HTC Touch Pro

htc_pro_amHTC Fuze vs. HTC Touch Pro

HTC, the ever innovative and prolific Taiwanese manufacturer of mobile devices, came out with two smartphones in November 2008, each for a different carrier. Consumers may have confused the two for identical twins, if they did not look closely enough. Needless to say, many of the features are exactly the same, though some differences can also be found.

The first to arrive on the scene was the HTC Touch Pro, built solely for the Sprint network. Within only a couple of weeks, and with eager customers waiting, HTC released the Fuze for the AT&T network.

For the most part, the features that were considered to be good in the Touch Pro have also been incorporated into the newer Fuze. These features included: Push e-mail technology, Windows Mobile 6.1 Professional Edition, Microsoft Office Mobile Suite, and a decent number of multimedia features, including a camera with a hefty 3.2 megapixel range. Other positive commonalities included a full slide-out QWERTY keyboard, a vibrant 2.8′ VGA touch screen, Bluetooth , Wi-Fi, and GPS.

Some of the negative features that were passed on from the Touch Pro to the Fuze included the bulky physicality, no dedicated jack for the headphone, no dedicated camera capturing key, and a certain sluggishness that was inherent to Windows Mobile 6.1.

The saying ‘all good things come to those who wait’ also proved true for HTC’s AT&T Fuze. Although both smartphones came with an accelerometer (the technology that automatically changes the orientation of a picture or application when the device itself is turned from vertical to horizontal), the Fuze did not suffer the same lag when the orientation was changed like the Touch Pro.

Another positive enhancement was the improved talk-time. Although both came with 1,340mAh lithium ion batteries, the Fuze’s talk-time on a full charge lasted for about 7 hours, 40% longer than the Touch Pro, which only lasted for 4.25 hours.

In summary, both HTC’s Touch Pro for Sprint, and HTC’s Fuze for AT&T, were smartphones built and installed with more good features than bad, and with only slight differences between them.

1. When compared to HTC Touch Pro, HTC Fuze was introduced much later to the market for AT&T customers.

2. Due to the inbuilt accelerometer, HTC Fuze provides excellent images with perfect orientation, without any kind of time lag that was seen in the HTC Touch Pro model.

3. HTC Fuze has a better battery life when compared to HTC Touch Pro.

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