After the live pics of the new T-Mobile HTC dash 3G, now we just got the manual and getting started guide.
The Dash 3G is the carrier’s version of the HTC Snap, which was introduced at CTIA 2009. It brings a number of welcome additions, such as GPS, a better camera, and 3G support–something that was missing from T-Mobile’s other top messaging, the RIM BlackBerry Curve 8900.
The design of the Dash 3G is also heaps better than the Sprint model, boasting a slimmer design, a soft-touch finish, and a roomier keyboard. However, we’re slightly disappointed that the Inner Circle e-mail feature wasn’t included on T-Mobile’s model.
Also, at $169.99 with a two-year contract, the price is a little high when you compare it with some of the competition, such as AT&T’s Nokia E71x that goes for $100 and Verizon’s upcoming version of the Snap, the HTC Ozone that will go for $50. Overall, though, it’s a really nice upgrade for current Dash owners and any T-Mobile customers looking for a fast messaging smartphone. The T-Mobile Dash 3G will be available starting July 8.
Here are the pics of the manual, specifications, battery life and more.
Review by Cnet