Reviews and Problems with HTC Touch Pro 2 / Tilt 2 / Rhodium
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HTC Tilt 2
20 October 2009
Excerpt: If the third time's a charm, the fifth time must be a sure fire thing, or so AT&T hopes, as they launch their version after the overseas market and the other 3 major US carriers all released their versions as the HTC Touch Pro2.
Pros: TouchFLO 3D, large display, wonderful keyboard., Large, high resolution touch screen that's easy to control with fingers. HTC's TouchFLO 3D UI just keeps getting better. Excellent speakerphone with HTC's Straight Talk feature. Very good reception and voice quality. The Tilt 2 is responsive and da...
Cons: A bit slippery, AT&T bloatware persists., large, heavy and expensive. A smartphone data plan is mandatory if you purchase the phone with a new contract or contract renewal. The camera is just OK in its class, and abysmal in dark settings since there's no flash.
Summary: In the beginning, there was the Touch Pro. No, wait... there was the TyTN II... nope, that's not it either, the TyTN? Whatever it is, this heritage of slide-out QWERTY phones stands as a testament to HTC Corporation's long-standing experience in making Windows Mobile phones that leave no stone...
Conclusion: The HTC Touch Pro2 continues to impress us, this time on Sprint and all the better for their Sprint TV service and fast EVDO Rev. A data connection. We appreciate the addition of a 3.5mm stereo jack and the wider array of speakerphone holes for louder, clearer sound.
Pros: TouchFLO 3D, huge display and excellent keyboard.
Conclusion: HTC has made some great improvements to the original HTC Touch Pro, most of all not just cloning the Diamond2 and adding a keyboard. It’s a good business angled handset for the company, with a more sleek professional edge to its look and feel.
Pros: Large touch screen, slide-out keyboard, much improved UI
Cons: Awkwardly placed power button, could have had a higher megapixel camera, no 3.5mm jack
Conclusion: Die TouchFlo 3D Oberfläche des Touch Pro 2 kann überzeugen. Der Normalnutzer wird das kostenlose Update auf Windows Mobile 6.5 eventuell gar nicht vermissen, denn die doch eher tief verschachtelten Windows Mobile Menüs gehören schon jetzt der Vergangenheit an.