Although the HTC Ozone doesn’t rock the largest display (2.4-inch QVGA display) on the market and only has a 2 megapixel camera (which is actually pretty decent thanks in part to its auto-focus feature), the Ozone flexes its true muscle in other areas. Equipped with Windows Mobile 6.1, users are able to view and edit Word and Excel files on the go. The Ozone also offers an integrated Wi-Fi and dual-mode for CDMA and GSM network support, Adobe Acrobat reader, VZ Navigator, POP3 and Exchange Server e-mail capability and visual voicemail support can all be found in its bag of tricks. The raised, illuminated, QWERTY keyboard has a smooth flowing feel enabling even the beefiest of fingers to input text with relative ease.
Unfortunately (or fortunately depending on your perpective) the interface has a very familiar design, remincent of the Motorola Q. By today’s standards, this is outdated in comparison to other multi-faceted devices on the market. The slate gray and black body does, however, provide a sophisticated feel and as the old saying goes “if it ain’t broke don’t fix it.” And with a price tag of less than $50, how can you go wrong? For more info visit: verizonwireless.com