Today Sprint announced that the HTC Touch Pro2 will be available via telesales starting September 8. The Touch Pro2 runs Windows Mobile 6.1 and features a 3.6-inch WVGA touch display, slide-out QWERTY keyboard and HTC's TouchFLO 3D user interface. Other features include Wi-Fi, stereo Bluetooth, quad-band GSM/EDGE radios, 3.2 megapixel camera and microSD card support. The Touch Pro2 will cost $350 after $100 mail-in rebate with new agreement.
The Hero is crap, go read some reviews of it. The sense ui makes it really laggy. The UI is awesome but yet again HTC is still using old hardware. The Rachael is going to be the money. And when T-mo gets the galaxy that will be the best Android ph... (continues)
Actually WinMo phones don't require specific plans on Sprint. But uhh why get a high end phone if you don't plan on using the features? $70/month with unlimited data and messaging?? A ton better than anything AT&T has
In my opinion, this is the best smartphone yet in wireless. However, I am thinking that the push for Sprint and TMO(which carries the variant of the TP2), is probably to get subscribers into their flagship devices. The Pre for Sprint and the Mytouch for TMO. These are direct competitors for the iphone. I Stopped in at TMO to check out the TP2. I told the Rep that I really liked it and he went completely out of his way to try to steer me away from the TP2 and get me into trying the Mytouch. I feel this maybe the reason for the jacked price. While it is not a huge jack, it may be enough to deter a potential TP2 customer away and into a more iphone like device. As a businessman, I like HTC and this device is a total winner and workhorse. The ke... (continues)
i would'nt put too much into that theory slammer, the rep that tried to push you to the my touch probably just knew more about the my touch than the tp2. i love learning about new phones and what they can do and i will say that the features (besides t... (continues)
will sprints version of the phone really have quad-band GSM/EDGE radios like it was mention dint he article summary? or was that just a type? it seams to me like it would have cdma evdo instead of the gsm.
it has GSM as an option, but will run CDMA EVDO Rev-A like the article says. Same thing as the Tour, Ace, 8830. before you travel internationally you have to call the International Dpt to activate international roaming with the included International ... (continues)