The HTC Touch is one of the most compact touch phone. It fits nicely into the palm of your hand and can easily disappear into any pocket. And the best of all, you can make calls, check e-mail, and download entertainment with just a touch or two.

HTC Touch is the first device to feature TouchFLO, the new underlying touch screen technology developed by HTC. Consumers simply sweep their finger up the display to launch an animated, three-dimensional interface comprising three screens: Contacts, Media and Applications.

The interface can be spun by swiping a finger right or left across the display, providing efficient access to the features consumers use most. TouchFLO also enhances finger touch scrolling and browsing of Web pages, documents, messages and contact lists.

Compare with a normal Smartphone, HTC Touch (99.9x5x13.9mm and 112g with battery) is smaller and easier to use.

HTC Touch camera can take photos at a maximum of 1200×1600 pixels and quality is pretty good. Also, are available some lower resolutions. Video resolutions are 128 x 96 and 176 x 144 with 3 video mode: H.263, MPEG4 and Motion JPEG.

HTC Touch features:
Dimensions: 99.9mm (L) x 58mm (W) x 13.9mm (T)
Weight: 112g with battery
1GB microSD storage card included / 64MB RAM, 128MB ROM
2.8” LCD touch screen with backlight, 240 x 320 dots resolution with 65,536 colours
Battery Life: Rechargeable Li-Ion battery with a capacity of 1100 mAh
Standby time: Up to 200 / Talk time: Up to 5 hours
Camera: 2.0 mega-pixel CMOS colour camera
Windows Mobile 6 Professional with Direct Push Email and HTML email support
Wireless Connectivity: GSM/GPRS/EDGE Tri-band: 900, 1800,1900, Wi-Fi®: IEEE 802.11 b/g and Bluetooth 2.0
Choice of two colors at launch – elegant soft black or alluring wasabi green

The HTC Touch includes Windows Mobile 6 Professional, Outlook Mobile, Office Mobile, Windows Live and the capabilities to run thousands of third-party applications. Users can surf the web with Internet Explorer, send and receive emails, chat on Messenger and send files to their own web space through Windows Live.

Source: Testfreaks