HTC Wing

Our Price: $87

Fancy a new slider smartphone? The HTC Wing has the advantage of not only being a touch-screen device, but having a full slide-out QWERTY keyboard also. This makes typing a pleasure, especially when you can surf the web using the Windows mobile 6 OS. For taking photos, the Wing has a 2-megapixel camera with fixed focus lens and self portrait mirror which is great for taking snaps on the go. Then you can e-mail them right from your handset. Under the hood, the HTC Wing has a 201Mhz TI OMAP 850 processor, 128MB ROM, 64MB RAM, 2.8-inch QVGA display, quad-band GSM, EDGE, USB 1.1, 802.11b/g Wi-Fi, and Bluetooth 2.0.

These specs are great for using the mobile Internet Explorer and Outlook. You can set up Direct Push mail on your phone to get alerted of emails as they arrive into your inbox. You can also make calls using Skype which is great for long distance conversations. For entertainment purposes, there is a music player and a radio. If you fill up the internal memory, there is also an SD card slot that you can use to expand your memory.

The form factor of the HTC Wing is very suitable for a business user yet not too boring. It has a nice deep blue casing with a rubberized exterior that makes it feel very sturdy. The phone comes with two styli, a horizontal black leather case with belt clip, a world charger and a stereo headset with inline mic and volume control. This phone is a great choice if you don't want to pay the premium for the HTC Desire, but still want to check e-mail and browse the web on the go.

We have the HTC Wing unlocked here at a great deal if you would like to be free to choose your own cell phone network.

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Last updated: Sunday, November 17, 2019

HTC Wing Reviews (3)

  1. March 18, 2011 by Hayden


    I love this phone. I do a lot of texting so the full QWERTY is really helpful here. I have not been a smartphone user so I don’t miss anything when I use Windows mobile 6. I know that there are iPhone and Google phones out in the market but I am not much of a phone guy. This phone is quite good for the stuff that I need to do. The quick email service also works great.

    Pros: nice design, QWERTY keypad, good camera
    Cons: apps, high quality games, bulky

  2. March 18, 2011 by Kenny


    This is a nice touchscreen device and it also has a full QWERTY keypad. I have been using Windows mobile 6 for quite a while and have no problem with this operating system. Little more quality apps would be better, like the iPhone. Other than that, I like the camera which is quite good for some photography under good lighting conditions. The push email functionality is also very good. It makes sure that I would not miss any email.

    Pros: touchscreen, full QWERTY keypad, push email
    Cons: lack of quality apps, little bulky, navigation sometimes gets slow.

  3. March 18, 2011 by Keth


    Not a fan of this relatively unknown phone called HTC Wing. This phone is slow and it runs an old operating system and I don’t think Microsoft is going to upgrade it to Windows Phone 7 because its processor is slow. The internet explorer browser that comes with it is slow and unusable. The push messaging system worked for a few months but now it is not working and even when it works, it is very unreliable.

    Pros: keypad, screen,
    Cons: old operating system, push email not working, slow browser.

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