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.
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...