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HTC TyTN II / Tilt
5.1 out of 10

HTC TyTN II / Tilt

The weight of this unit is 190 grams and has dimensions of 112 x Read more

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HTC TyTN II Review - det er kun Smartphone du nogensinde får brug?

IT Posts
8 March 2014
  • Excerpt: Med Wi-Fi, en stor skærm, 3G HSDPA, Bluetooth & indbygget GPS omfattede HTC TyTN II (også kendt som O2 XDA Stellar) er ganske muligvis en af de bedst udstyrede mobile smartphones på markedet, da de fleste brugernes behov er dækket.
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HTC TyTN II with WM6 Professional

15 September 2013
  • Excerpt: It's been a while since a Windows Mobile device has been as long awaited and as well anticipated as the HTC Kaiser, which has now been released as the HTC TyTN II. I don't think there's been as much excitement about a Windows Mobile Pocket PC since the XDA II, four years ago.
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HTC TyTN II (P4550 Kaiser) Review

13 September 2008
  • Excerpt: The HTC TyTN was considered to be at launch the best Pocket PC on the market. Crammed with lots of features, it made you think there could not be anything more to desire from a PDA. HSDPA connectivity, big screen, sliding keyboard, two cameras, fast processor made the TyTN a hit.
  • Pros: There are lots of good things to say about the device, but I'll mention only the most important ones here. First, the best new feature brought by the TyTN II is certainly the built-in GPS unit. Then, there are the fast processor and the high amount of RAM, the sliding keyboard which can also be r...
  • Cons: I really don't know what to mention here. Sure, maybe full TouchFLO functionality would have made a good addition and maybe some would have preferred a higher resolution display as encountered in recent PDAs, but in my opinion TouchFLO isn't a must have technology and a higher resolution or a mor...
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The HTC Tilt 8925 By Any Other Name is Excellent

Personal Electronics buzz
2 January 2008
  • Excerpt: If you are confused by the name of the HTC Tilt 8925, you are not alone. The same phone is sold as the AT&T Tilt 8925. It is the successor to the HTC Tilt 8525 and possesses some great improvements. The smartphone is sold through various vendors and through AT&T.
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Personal Electronics buzz
1 January 2008
  • Excerpt: This has been a great phone. I haven't had any problems whatsoever, and I've really loaded a lot of extras onto it. I've been able to find a program to do just about anything, and the ease of its operation has been outstanding.
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Review: AT&T Tilt – HTC TyTN II

16 November 2007
  • Excerpt: If you were to make a list of the most highly anticipated mobile phones of 2007, the iPhone would definitely be at the top. No surprise there, but number two might just be the Tilt.
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HTC TyTN II smartphone

12 November 2007
  • Summary: The latest in a series of phones noted for their functionality, this one could give more fashionable items a run for their money.
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Overall 8

Orange HTC TyTN II

6 November 2007
  • Summary: HTC has once again produced a feature-packed Windows Mobile handset that delivers in almost every department. If you need instant access to email and prefer using a Qwerty keypad over a standard mobile phone one, the Orange HTC TyTN II might be the phone for you
  • Pros: Tilting screen; Qwerty keypad; GPS; Wi-Fi; HSDPA.
  • Cons: Lack of flash on the 3-megapixel camera.
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Mobile Review
29 October 2007
  • Summary: The TyTN II does well on the reception front. The communicator comes with 72-chord polyphony, however since a multitude of audio formats may be employed for ring tones, having this polyphony onboard is not vital at all.
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Expert Review

28 October 2007
  • Summary: For the uninitiated (which would be far and few if you have been following up on the latest news), the HTC TyTN II is the direct successor to the Dopod 838 Pro, a mobile device with a full suite of functionality and finesse attached to its branding.
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