Reviews and Problems with HTC Touch Pro 2 / Tilt 2 / Rhodium
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HTC Touch Pro2 (Sprint)
14 January 2010
Summary: Despite the jaw-dropping price tag, the HTC Touch Pro2 is a powerful smartphone that delivers in performance and features to make it one of the best devices for Sprint's business customers.
Pros: The HTC Touch Pro2 for Sprint offers a gorgeous touch screen, a spacious keyboard, and a 3.5 millimeter jack. The Windows Mobile device also features world-roaming capabilities, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and GPS.
Cons: The device is bulky in size and also expensive. GPS acquisition was a bit slow in our tests and video streaming wasn't the smoothest.
Summary: For Verizon's business customers who need more than just a messaging smartphone, the HTC Touch Pro2 delivers with more robust productivity tools and good performance.
Pros: The HTC Touch Pro2 for Verizon offers world roaming capabilities as well as Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, GPS, and EV-DO Rev. A support. The smartphone features an extra-large touch screen and one of the best QWERTY keyboards we've seen to date. Verizon will also provide an Windows Mobile 6.5 upgrade later this year.
Cons: The smartphone is bulky. Callers complained of tinny call quality, and the camera took poor pictures.
Summary: With a feature set to match its large size, the HTC Touch Pro2 will be a great device for power and business users once it finally hits North America and adds U.S. 3G support.
Pros: The HTC Touch Pro2 features a sharp, spacious touch screen and an easy-to-use full QWERTY keyboard. The Windows Mobile smartphone also includes conference call management tools for business users and offers good call quality. It also has Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and GPS.
Cons: The smartphone is heavy and bulky. No U.S. 3G support on this version and it's expensive. Onboard memory is low, and we would have liked an upgraded camera.
Summary: Though hefty in size and price, the HTC Touch Pro2 offers T-Mobile's business customers a powerful smartphone with robust messaging, voice capabilities, and a slick user interface.
Pros: The HTC Touch Pro2 features a sharp, spacious touch screen and an easy-to-use full QWERTY keyboard. The Windows Mobile smartphone also includes conference call management tools for business users and offers good call quality. It also has 3G support, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and GPS.
Cons: The smartphone is heavy and bulky. Onboard memory is low, and we would have liked an upgraded camera. It's a bit pricey.
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. If there’s any step back, it might be the case design, which has gone from Gucci to Men’s Wearhouse, but most folks will still find it an attractive phone.