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New Tilt

tsherry

Jun 16, 2008, 4:53 PM
I haven't heard anything about an update for AT&T's Tilt (made by HTC) even being in development. Has anybody heard about one coming out any time soon? I'd hate to spend the money on one now when a new one is unknowningly just over the horizon. Thanks.
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Jayshmay

Jun 18, 2008, 7:16 AM
Yeah, the update to the TyTn II which is what HTC calls the Tilt, is currently beging called the HTC Raphael I think, here are the specs by the way, and yes, it's a very, very impressive device, that features TouchFlo!!!

http://www.coolsmartphone.com/news4077.html »


Do you own the Tilt? If so, I have a question, let's say your making a phone call that requires entering numbers, or extensions, like on an automated system for example, how does that work, do you just touch the screen to the corresponding numbers, or do you have to slide out the keyboard and use the numbes there, I'm just curious, because right now, I'm seriously considering buying the Sony Ericcson Xperia X1, which is a very, very impressive device, it even has a 800 by 4...
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tsherry

Jun 20, 2008, 2:27 PM
I don't currently own the tilt, but I work for an authorized retailer for at&t, so I have had my hands on it quite a bit. When in a call, you can either use the slide-out keyboard or the on-screen keyboard to give the automated system a response. While in a call, the touchscreen sensitivity does lower a little bit to avoid accidental button pushes, but you don't notice the difference when trying to type numbers.

Thank you for the response. Do you know if the Raphael is going to any US companies? And if so, have you heard a release date? (sorry if the url answers this. We are under a secure software that doesn't let me view it, so I won't be able to see it until I get home tonight.) I am a little more partial to HTC (or almost anybody else...
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Jayshmay

Jun 20, 2008, 11:24 PM
As to a release date, I don't know for a fact, but I think the 3rd Qtr is a good guess, and I was a tad wrong about the name, it's called the HTC Touch Pro, it's the successor to the TyTnII, also known as thd AT&T Tilt, so yeag, I think it's definetly safe to say it's coming to AT&T. Probably around the same time the tilt came out last year.

So did you check out those links when you got home?

So while in an active call, the touch keyboard can be accessed?

I currently own the Nokia N95-3, and am very, very happy with it, with only one exception that is very important to me, S60 phones don't allow making picture folders, and I take a lot of pictures, so that's where my interest in WinMo comes in, a combination of a somewhat de...
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gwhyte01

Jun 22, 2008, 11:34 PM
this phone the touch pro aka the raphael is going to sprint so is the diamond al tmobile will carry the diamond later in the year this comming from sources i cannot mention here.
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Jayshmay

Jun 23, 2008, 1:08 AM
Of course sources can be mentioned here, NOBODY knows who you are.

And by the way, I'm sure the Touch Pro will come to ATT as a succesor to the Tilt.
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gwhyte01

Jun 23, 2008, 11:28 AM
it doesn't matter who i am dude. think about it att get titans this is the touch pro att had the 8125 8525 8529 then the tilt spint has the touch now and the mogul the will get the touch pro bro ive seen both with the sprint logo on it and i know the diamond is going to tmobile later this year, it cant now(actually it can but the 3g wont work) because the diamond doesnt support tmobiles 1700mhz umts signal yet.
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tsherry

Jul 21, 2008, 5:27 PM
check out boygeniusreport.com, and search "Tilt II". See "AT&T roadmap leaked"...

If this is all true, I think I'll be satisfied waiting until the 4th Quarter...
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jspeed04

Aug 28, 2008, 2:22 AM
ACTUALLY, it is not a proper successor to the 8925 a.k.a Tilt. It is just another line in HTC's continuing dream to create the perfect pocket pc. If anything, the Touch Pro is the successor to the 8525, which does not have a tilting screen just like the Touch Pro. This isn't to say that it won't come down the line, but I'd be willing to bet that a LOT of people who have purchased this phone would be pretty upset if they revamped the design this soon only to add a superior tilting screen.

But that's just me.
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dromant

Apr 17, 2009, 6:12 PM
HTC Touch Pro 2 - I don't know if its considered the Tilt's "successor" but it basically is a Tilt on steroids....Looks insane!
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