All the other features are “traditional” and well implemented in most cases: a perfect phone module whose only problem is occasional loss of data connection, an excellent display, a highly sensitive GPS receiver, small size, and nice design. On the other hand, there is nothing like an absolutely perfect device. Fortunately, none of the issues were as serious as to annoy me excessively or hamper my work. (Perhaps the most serious annoyance was reboots due to the troubles with data transmission over the phone. Other users may see it differently, though, depending on individual usage pattern.) Considered the ROM was an early version (and HTC has a good track record of fixing bugs in its devices), the HTC Artemis is a really praiseworthy product.
If the HTC P3300 (Artemis) is a device you’re considering purchasing, be sure to check out Pavel’s review at PDAgold.com first. It’s rich with information and includes its fair share of pictures too.