Tag Archives: Tattoo

Softpedia’s top five Android phones of 09

2009 was a wonderful year for the Android mobile operating system. We saw many good looking devices hit the market and hit them hard. With tech sites finally understanding what Android was made of, the little endeavor by Google made a splash with 1.5 and above. Softpedia – a software download and news site – decided to take the first shots at naming… Read more

HTC Tattoo / Click / Fiesta


Specs: 2.8-inch, 240 x 320 pixels QVGA TFT-LCD touchscreen; 1100 mAh Li-on battery; 3.2 MP cam; 528 MHz; 256 MB RAM; MicroSD up to 32GB; GPS, Bluetooth, and Wi-Fi Released by: Vodaphone UK on October 8th, 2009 US cost: US Plan: Notes: First Android device to successfully drop with QVGA resolution (Android was only compatible with HVGA… Read more

Noah gets a Tattoo

The phone, that is. It’s short, but to the point. I’m not super thrilled about using a QVGA resistive screen personally, but if it gets Android to a broader audience, I’ll consider it a good thing – if the phone works well…. Read more

Video of Tattoo running Sense

What an odd juxtaposition of aesthetics we see here: the slick and refined Sense UI housed within a phone that looks like a WinMo device from a couple of years ago. I think HTC would be hard pressed to reign in American Android enthusiasts with this one, as the resistive QVGA display can’t stand next to the screen of the superior CDMA Hero launching at… Read more

Tattoo disrobed in German video

Although it maybe a bit reminiscent of it, this device is obviously not as flexible as the little naked core that is Modu. But it looks like HTC is leaving the possibilities open when it comes to the customization of their affordable Android phone, Tattoo. I can’t understand a word of what the demonstrator is saying, so he could be ripping the phone apart,… Read more

Click becomes Tattoo, packs more than it appears to (?)

I was chatting with an online friend last night and he mentioned that Tattoo – named after its customizable shell – wasn’t that interesting because of the low specs. Turns out that this one’s innards are closer to the Hero than to the G1. But yeah, it does look kinda low-end, doesn’t it? It has a 3.2 MP auto-focus camera, a 3.5 mm headphone jack, a… Read more