Excerpt: I usually wouldn't go for such a phone, but I am forced to use a Windows Phone for my work and this was what was provided to me. With regards to hardware, the phone is very solidly built. The screen slides up to reveal a nice and clicky QWERTY keyboard that is a joy to type on. This, however, is where the praise stops. The phone itself is pretty bulky, which matched the performance of Windows Mobile. Animations are not fluid at all.
Excerpt: The HTC Tilt 2 was a recent offering by ATT into Windows Mobile. The Windows Mobile operating system has recently fallen behing in the mobile operating system wars to iOS (and more recently Android). The Tilt 2 looked to compete by offering a full keyboard and a screen that tilts up, allowing you to sit the phone on a table and watch a clip or text. Where this phone fails drastically is the Windows Mobile operating system.
Excerpt: My HTC ATT TILT cell phone is one of the best investments I have ever made. Its a cell phone and a little laptop. I use it for pretty much everything, I use it to tell time, I use it as an alarm to wake me up in the morning, I use it to remind me of certain events and special dates, I use it as a calculator, I have a GPS system in it so I use it to help me to get places that I am not familiar with.
Excerpt: The HTC Tilt2 Windows Mobile 6.5 Pocket PC smartphone is coolest phone in the world. It has a full, slide out QWERTY keyboard and a screen the size of an iPhone. The screen tilts up so the phone sits like a mini laptop on a flat surface. There are very few things this phone cannot do. The web browsing is close to identical of that on a regular PC. With Opera Mobile, it even supports Adobe Flash content.
Excerpt: The Tilt 2 is one of the new generation of Windows Mobile 6.5 SmartPhones. I had trouble with the soft keys on the Pure, and the wider screen on the Tilt 2 resolved that. Plus, having the hard keys available makes this a great device if you are looking for an "office on the go". It includes the Office Mobile apps, and is the first phone that made OneNote mobile a killer app for me. The camera is high quality as well.
Excerpt: After reviewing the options I recently purchased an HTC Tilt-2 phone. At first I was a little leary of the price differences with so many promotions going on, but liked the features and expandable memory. It took me just 2 days to fall in love with my HTC phone. I use it daily for work, pleasure and have found that no matter what issue I have with it there is an answer FAST online or from my service provider. This phone is well worth the investment and fun as a bonus.
Excerpt: I've had this phone for a over a year now . and I must say , this is yet the worst phone I've ever had . When I first got it , it was actually working very good . But after a week or so , it started freezin and I ALWAYS have to take out the battery and turn it back on all over again . This phone is also HUGE and very fat >.<It can barely fit in my jeans pockets . I just cant wait till next year for me to get the new Samsung Infuse .
Excerpt: Had this phone for over a year. Its very pretty on the outside, horrible on the inside. Call quality is fine, service is fine, but it is HORRIBLY SLOW AND FREEZES ALL THE TIME. I've never EVER seen a phone FREEZE as often as this one does or go as SLOW as this one does. I have to literally take out the battery and put in back in approximately 4 - 5 times a day. It will even freeze after I boot it up! HORRIBLE PHONE! DO NOT SPEND YOUR MONEY ON THIS PHONE.
Excerpt: I have had my HTC TIlt 2 for about a year and i must say its the worst phone i have ever had...it literally deleted everything stored in its memory one time and this was a catastrophic loss of information...the phone freezes frequently, there are a limited number of apps available, hard restarts are frequently necessary to get it working, file saving seems to have a mind of its own, sometimes the keyboard will work and sometimes must use the stylus, sometimes the...
Pros: looks good and when it works its a great phone
Cons: freezes all the time, internat is unbelievably slow even with 3G, phone responds slowly, must be restarted to get it to function sometimes
Excerpt: I got the Tilt 2 because of the features it had. I wanted to try a touch screen, but I have to have a physical keyboard because I text a lot. I was going from a Blackberry Curve 8720. The Curve locked up more than I would like, and that's the main reason I decided to switch phones. Well, let's just say the Blackberry kicks the Tilt 2's butt when it comes to stability.
Pros: Nice keyboard, when it works properly, vibrant screen, great feature set, if only they would work properly