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  1. #1
    Batista
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    Could anyone provide their experience with the Sprint Touch? I currently
    have the Treo 700p and it's great but this new phone seem to have even
    better features. Do you think it's worth the change or should I just stick
    with what I have? I am especially fond of the voice dial feature that my
    700p doesn't have.





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  2. #2
    Scott
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    Re: Sprint Touch anyone?

    "Batista" <[email protected].com> wrote in
    news:0OG%[email protected]:

    > Could anyone provide their experience with the Sprint Touch? I
    > currently have the Treo 700p and it's great but this new phone seem to
    > have even better features. Do you think it's worth the change or
    > should I just stick with what I have? I am especially fond of the
    > voice dial feature that my 700p doesn't have.
    >
    >
    >


    I almost got a Touch, but didn't because it lacked the voice recognition
    dialing that I had on my Razr- I'm on the road a lot and like the ability
    to call anybody with the press of a bluetooth button. Other than that, the
    functionality is great (a buddy has one).

    Th Touch does have the limited "voice tag" dialing where you record a tag
    for the entries in your contact list.



  3. #3
    Todd Allcock
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    Re: Sprint Touch anyone?

    At 17 Nov 2007 18:10:33 -0600 Scott wrote:

    > I almost got a Touch, but didn't because it lacked the voice

    recognition
    > dialing that I had on my Razr- I'm on the road a lot and like the

    ability
    > to call anybody with the press of a bluetooth button.



    You can add Microsoft Voice Command for about $30. (Some HTC phone's
    include it preinstalled- others get Cyberon Voice Dial which requires
    "tags.")

    In addition to voice dialing your contacts or any number (i.e. "Call John
    Smith at Work," "dial 1-800-555-1212,") it also provides limited voice
    control of the PPC's functions ("Start *name of program*, "Play *artist,
    album or playlist*" or the phone's status ("What is the battery
    level/signal strength.")






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