HTC Snap Video Round-Up

This past week HTC announced their all new smartphone called the HTC Snap. The device seems to be getting a fair amount of buzz since it was announced. HTC was showing it off to everyone at CTIA this week and now there are a number of video’s appearing online showing the Snap in action. In particular, there are three video’s that I wanted to link to. The first video, shown above, by MobileBurn.com shows Eric Lin from HTC explaining how the new InnerCircle functionality works. The next video is from HTC and it’s more of a promo piece that shows off the Snap. The final video is from SoloPalmari.com and it shows the Snap playing a video. The playback is pretty smooth and effortless.

The more I see of this device, the more I want one. Come on HTC, hurry up and get the North American version released. :)

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  • BRYAN B

    Unfortunately it looks like the “Inner Circle” feature won’t be released in the first version from T-Mobile.

    http://www.wmexperts.com/htc-snap-t-mobile-captain-no-inner-circle

  • http://www.MobileJaw.com Mike Temporale

    That’s too bad. Inner Circle looks like it could be a huge help to a lot of heavy emailers – like myself.

    Then again, I’m not 100% sure it offers enough to the non-corporate user to make it worth while.