Review: HTC Touch Pro2
HTC has customized its Touch Pro 2 smartphone for Sprint, T-Mobile and Verizon Wireless. Each specific version has small advantages over the others, but all versions offer a bevy of features aimed at the business user.
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For business types that want — nay, need — it all, the Touch Pro 2 from HTC should be on your shopping list. Huge screen? Check. Great keyboard? Check. Powerful business apps and tools? Check. Svelte and sexy design? Er, not so much.
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HTC Touch Pro2 (GSM) / Tilt 2
3.6" display 480 x 800 pixels
1,500 mAh battery
Memory Card Slot, Hardware Text Keyboard
Why a physical keyboard?
T-Mobile ROM on HTC Touch Pro 2
Other reatailers of software
They are www.mobihand.com, www.handango.com, and www.smartphone.net and they have thousands of applications available for purchase.
It is disappointing that Microsoft has chosen to go down the path of forcing developers to pay them to provide a retail source of the developer's applications. It will be interesting to see what additional benefits Microsoft's Marketplace for Windows Mobile will offer developers to justify the fee for posting software on the site.
Since there is no fee at the above sites, why would one choose to post on MS's site?
Just my two cents...
All of my PDA Phones have been from HTC. They just seem to have the...
How does the still camera handle movement?
The first gen' iPhone does a much better job than my Touch Pro when it comes to getting something in focus when taking pictures of moving objects. I'm not sure if it's just a shutter speed thing (I haven't tried burst or sports mode on my TP) or if it has to do with the camera's focus.
Did you miss the hard keys and D-pad?
Without them, how did manage?
for this phone the windows 6.5 would be ideal