We've been looking forward to getting our hands on the HTC Smart ever since it was announced as an O2-exclusive handset way back at Mobile World Congress in February. It's here at last - and while it lacks the firepower of its Android cousins, the HTC Desire and HTC Legend, it retains that HTC look. With the Sense user interface running on Qualcomm's Brew OS, we're putting it through its paces as a successor to the similarly diminuitive HTC Tattoo. For now, though, join us as we have a nosey through the box and a quick first look.
The contents of the HTC Smart's box are pretty standard - USB wire (with mini-USB connection rather than microUSB, I'm afraid), two-part plug socket and HTC headphones. The review handset we have in is finished in a rather fetching cherry-pink with a metallic sheen.