HTC Freestyle Review: this is the first phone HTC is introducing with AT&T Phone service running on the brand new Qualcomm BREW-MP platform (BREW = Binary Runtime Environment for Wireless). This new mobile platform has become a full operating system, with new functionality been added every day by developers delivering new user interfaces, and apps. The HTC Freestyle runs on a 528 MHz Qualcomm MSM7225 processor, making not one of the top speed smartphones out there, but still pretty fast. The phone runs on the following networks: GSM 850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900 and even WCDMA 850 / 1900.
The HTC Freestyle phone's screen is touchscreen LCD measuring 3.2" diagonal and with 320 x 480 pixels resolution. It sports over 260,000 colors.
The HTC Freestyle internal memory is 150 MB and can save up to 2000 contacts; however one can save pictures and videos with the optional Transflash MicroSD memory cards all the way to 32GB in extra memory.
The HTC FreeStyle is a bluetooth and GPS enabled cell phone.
Anyone can enjoy its powerful messaging features which go from social media apps to Yahoo!, Aol, Hotmail, AT&T, GMail email clients pre-installed. The HTC Freestyle comes with an FM Radio, which one can listen through bluetooth headsets or 3.5mm jack corded headsets. One can easily browse the net with the HTC browser 1.0 with full HTML capability.