Reviews and Problems with HTC Touch Pro 2 / Tilt 2 / Rhodium
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20 March 2015
Summary: Plenty of smartphones claim to be the perfect for business users. But few can match the business-friendly features found on the HTC Touch Pro2. This Windows Mobile-based phone, which is available in an unlocked version and a subsidized model , packs in plenty of software, some unique...
Conclusion: This brawny, do-it-all device integrates seamlessly with Microsoft apps to create the perfect mobile office for Windows users, while plenty of multimedia features, along with a nifty tilting screen, keep you entertained on the road.
Pros: Fast. High-speed, global wireless connectivity. Excellent integration with Microsoft apps. Good phone.
Cons: Chunky design. BlackBerry Connect slows the device considerably.
Conclusion: HTC's Touch Pro2 finds a good home on Verizon, with true world phone capabilities, a proper headphone jack, and top-notch voice quality in addition to its sublime QWERTY keyboard and super-sharp touch screen.
Pros: Enough screen and keyboard for any application. Classy looks. True world phone.
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 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...