Oct 20 AT 1:45 PM Taylor Wimberly 6 Comments

HTC Tattoo gets video review

Our friends from hdblog.it have got their hands on the new HTC Tattoo and posted a lengthy video review. The phone is currently available in Europe, but I have heard rumors it will find its way to the United States. The Tattoo is one of the first Android phones to feature a smaller 2.8 inch display with 240×320 QVGA resolution. Users can also fully customize the outside of the device by removing the entire casing and replacing it with a custom one. HTC has even launched a dedicated site for customers to order new tattoos for their Tattoo.

Check out the official HTC site for a complete overview.

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  • jjwred7

    This thing looks surprisingly nice and fairly fast too. I think this little thing could be a hit for someone looking for a cheaper smaller touchscreen phone. Well done again HTC

  • http://www.Cool3stNERD.com Justin Robinson

    I bet T-Mobile won’t pick it up… cause it is to good of a phone.

  • http://clarklab.net Clark Wimberly

    some of those tattoo/skin/whatevers look pretty nice. they should do that for more phones (instead of making people buy lame generic ones)

  • Kenny Higgins

    There’s very little difference between this and the Hero – frankly speaking if I had the choice of these two handsets i’d go for the tattoo, there’s less of a performance gap between these two than the iPhone 3g and 3gs.

  • http://twitter.com/jewjawsh Jawsh

    resistive touchscreen + android = fail

  • Campus

    The stylish HTC Tattoo is small and easy to use and fits comfortably in your hand or pocket of the user. Also, the user can design and acquire its own unique covers to choose from a variety of popular covers plans to change the look of the phone, to reflect the mood or preferences. See the nice review here – http://www.techarena.in/review/16380-htc-tattoo-smartphone-review.htm

  1. This thing looks surprisingly nice and fairly fast too. I think this little thing could be a hit for someone looking for a cheaper smaller touchscreen phone. Well done again HTC

  2. Justin RobinsonGuest 6 years ago

    I bet T-Mobile won’t pick it up… cause it is to good of a phone.

  3. some of those tattoo/skin/whatevers look pretty nice. they should do that for more phones (instead of making people buy lame generic ones)

  4. Kenny HigginsGuest 6 years ago

    There’s very little difference between this and the Hero – frankly speaking if I had the choice of these two handsets i’d go for the tattoo, there’s less of a performance gap between these two than the iPhone 3g and 3gs.

  5. JawshGuest 5 years ago

    resistive touchscreen + android = fail

  6. CampusGuest 5 years ago

    The stylish HTC Tattoo is small and easy to use and fits comfortably in your hand or pocket of the user. Also, the user can design and acquire its own unique covers to choose from a variety of popular covers plans to change the look of the phone, to reflect the mood or preferences. See the nice review here – http://www.techarena.in/review/16380-htc-tattoo-smartphone-review.htm