The Ozone is heavy on messaging features. Being equipped with the Windows Mobile 6.1 platform, it comes with the Microsoft Direct Push Technology allowing users to receive and deliver e-mail in real time. The phone can also be synchronized with MS Outlook for tasks, calendar and contacts through the Exchange server. Users can also access their POP3 email accounts and the Ozone also supports text, instant and multimedia messaging.
The more basic features include calendar, calculator, task list, alarm clock, and Microsoft Office Mobile featuring document editing. It also has Internet Explorer Mobile, Adobe Reader and Wi-Fi. The phone also supports mono and stereo headsets for Bluetooth as well as object push and file transfer.
The HTC Ozone also has voice features like speakerphone, conference dialing, speed dial, and voice command. The address book’s memory is dependent on the available memory of the phone. Each contact can have multiple phone numbers, instant messaging handles, email addresses and can be assigned with pictures or custom ringtones. The Ozone also has a voice recorder and a couple of pre-installed games- Bubble Breaker and Solitaire.
There aren’t enough multimedia features onboard the HTC Ozone. The phone has a 2 megapixel camera capable of taking pictures in five resolutions with a maximum of 1600x1200 pixels and a minimum of 320x240. The camera is embedded with editing features like color effects, quality modes, spot metering, self timer, brightness, white balance, and time stamp. The camera can also record video clips. The Ozone also has Windows Media Player. Its memory is about 256 MB although it can be expanded up to 16GB through the microSD card slot.