The new feature of user interface called SnapVue is aimed for always-on usage of the HTC Shift, this way you could save battery life and keep using the device for receiving and sending emails & text messaging. Boys Genius Report (BGR) has covered the con of opening email attachment using SnapVue, where you must switch to Windows Vista in order to view and edit the attachment files. Within the BGR’s blog, you’ll enjoy many photos and the easy to read of pros and cons of the device.
Here comes the price, according to Engadget this HTC Shift is going to cost around US$15,000. This is a quite hefty price for road warrior users, but few people will still buy and love this beast for all it’s worth.