Reviews and Problems with HTC Touch Pro 2 / Tilt 2 / Rhodium
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22 June 2010
Summary: When the HTC Touch Pro2 initially became available, it was one of the best business-class smartphones on the market. Fast-forward to today, and we've seen quite a few new phones hit the market since the Touch Pro2 was released.
Pros: QWERTY keyboard, Availability of tweaked ROMs, Sharp, spacious touchscreen, Excellent call quality, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and GPS, HTC Sense
Cons: Not as speedy as some of today's latest phones, Larger form factor than some of today's phones, So-so camera
Conclusion: Someone at HTC is paying attention. The second generation of the HTC Touch Pro fixes many of our quibbles with the first, and improves upon what we already liked. The interface got faster and more refined, the screen got bigger and tilts, and build quality remains top notch.
Summary: The Touch Pro2 is attractive, with a big 3.6-inch display. Boasting a resolution of 480-by-800 pixels, the screen is absolutely stunning. Beneath the display, you get send, end, back, and home buttons, plus touch-sensitive zoom buttons. The result is a sleek, polished-looking phone.
Summary: The HTC Touch Pro2 combines excellent hardware design with a first-class touch user interface, making it the most compelling Windows Mobile device yet. Although it costs $150 more than the sleeker iPhone 3G S , the Touch Pro2 is a powerhouse of a device with a full physical keyboard.
Conclusion: It's hard to beat the Tilt when it comes to features. This Windows Mobile 6 Pocket PC phone has every feature currently available in a PDA phone including web browsing, good email support including push email, lots of multimedia goodness, a strong GPS, WiFi, Bluetooth with stereo support and a full...
HTC's Touch Pro2 is one of the biggest smartphones we’ve reviewed this year, but a smooth interface and excellent keyboard make it pleasing to use
Good Gear Guide.au
6 November 2009
Conclusion: HTC's Touch Pro2 mobile phone is more responsive and easier to use than its predecessor, but the extra weight and bulk won’t be appreciated by all. A fantastic display, a well-designed keyboard and an excellent user interface may be enough to balance the ledger.
Pros: Excellent keyboard, TouchFLO 3D interface, large and clear display, responsive touch screen, HSDPA, Wi-Fi, GPS, great speakerphone, integrated contacts screen
Cons: Large and chunky design, no flash on camera, no 3.5mm headphone jack