Sydney reviews the HTC Freestyle, a unique featurephone that almost looks like a smartphone. It uses HTC's Sense UI which brings a lot of cool features like the popular weather and clock widget, Friendstream, and a notification system similar to what you would see on an Android smartphone. Aside from the UI features, the build quality is also smartphone-esque. HTC has a reputation for building high-quality products and it's nice to see that they didn't change that for their featurephone.
The camera performance was disappointing, but the virtual keyboard is probably one of the best one on a featurephone, and battery life wasn't that bad either. After testing it out and putting it through its paces, this is definitely the best featurephone from AT&T's current line-up. However, it's $100 on-contract, the same price as some high-end smartphones. Is it worth it? Find out in the review.