Over at SlashGear our review of the HTC Tattoo has just gone live
, and if you've been wondering whether putting HTC Sense into a budget smartphone makes, well, any sense whatsoever, you'll want to be heading over there to find out. The Tattoo
gets much of the connectivity of its more expensive siblings, but pairs it with a smaller, 2.8-inch resistive touchscreen running at QVGA resolution and Android 1.6.
Of course, that means no multitouch support, and as the review explains there's also a shortage of applications in the Android Market. It also means that HTC can reduce the Tattoo's price, however, and if you've wanted an Android smartphone but been reluctant to sign up to an expensive monthly contract then this could be your winner.
You can find the full SlashGear review of the HTC Tattoo here
. Don't forget to let us know what you think in the AC forums!