Image Gallery: A walk around the AT&T HTC Pure Windows Mobile 6.5 device
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HTC Pure retail AT&T box
The HTC Pure from AT&T is the first Windows Mobile 6.5 device launched on a US wireless carrier. This is an AT&T branded HTC Touch Diamond2 loaded up with plenty of AT&T bloatware in a sleek form factor at a nice price of $150 after rebate and contract. The device performed quite well with lots of apps running and may be what some people are looking for in a touch screen device.
Basic user instructions
A small pamphlet is provided so people can easily understand how the touchscreen works.
HTC Pure User Guide
There is not a lack of information for the new buyer to understand their device.
HTC Pure in box
There is a plastic protector over the HTC Pure as you unwrap the box.
Back with battery out
The 1100 mAh battery is removable under the back cover, along with the microSD card and SIM card.
1100 mAh battery
The battery actually has performed quite well over the last few days.
microSD card slot and stylus
The battery can remain in place as you take out the microSD card.
Glossy black back
The back is glossy black, like a PSP, and quite a fingerprint magnet.
5 megapixel camera
A decent digital camera is included on the HTC Pure.
Left side volume button
The volume controls are found on the upper left.
Right side speaker grill
There is a mono speaker on the upper right side.
Top power button
A power button is placed along the top of the device.
The miniUSB (aka HTC extUSB) port is used for syncing, charging, and headset functions.
HTC Pure and Touch Diamond2
There are some minor differences between these two HTC devices.
Bottom hardware buttons
Four hardware buttons are found along the bottom below the display on the front.
HTC Pure, Touch Diamond, and Diamond2
Another comparison shot of three sleek devices.
HTC Pure in hand
The Pure is narrow and feels quite good in your hand.
HTC TouchFLO 3D
TouchFLO 3D is loaded by default on the HTC Pure.
You can manage tabs
Thankfully, you can hide the AT&T tab in TouchFLO 3D.
Here is the AT&T tab showing most of the included AT&T service links to get you to spend even more money with your carrier.
Games loaded on the HTC Pure
Many of these require payment to actually keep on the device.
Hardware specs of HTC Pure
The hardware is decent, especially considering the price.
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