Review: HTC Titan II for AT&T
Opening the phone app takes you to the call history first. In-call options let you add a line, mute the microphone or fire up the speakerphone. For people you call frequently, feel free to pin them to the home screen, which allows you to dial them directly.
Rather than sift through a list of contacts, Microsoft prefers that you wade through the people in your life in a more immersive, picture-esque way. You won't find a contact app on the T2, but you will find the People Hub. Microsoft's idea for the People Hub was to take social networks, tie them to contact cards, and create a living, breathing part of the phone that's constantly up-to-date when it comes to your friends, family, and other contacts. It pulls in content from Twitter, Facebook, and LinkedIn, and displays not only what all your peeps have been up to, but also shows your own most recent status updates.
Contact cards hold reams of data and make it easy to send messages, start calls, or fire off emails.