- GSMArena team , GSMArena
The Diamond2 seems to make a bit more sense than the Touch Pro2 from an upgrader’s point of view.
Reviews (8.2/10 Avg. rating)
It feels like a brick in your hand
There's no beating around the bush. The Touch Pro 2 (TP2) from HTC is absolutely ginormous. It's literally the size of two iPhones stacked on top of one another -- big. Big. BIG. What's worse, it weighs a ton (OK, really only 6.61 oz, but still...). This is not a fashionable phone that's going to slip easily into tight pockets. No. This is the type of phone you expect to see sitting on a table next to a businessman at the airport, not out at the club on a Saturday night. The TP2 conforms to the business-y mold. That means it is professional looking, clean cut, and dressed up for work.
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Mid-budget Pocket PC that targets the mass market
I've been pleasantly surprised by the new, mid-budget device in terms of design, but a little bit disappointed about the new version of the operating system. While, visually, there are some changes, I still think that Windows Mobile is far from Android and the iPhone in terms of performance, functionality and look. Still, HTC Touch2 is a good smartphone, but only if it sells for a cheap price, otherwise I think people will look for more advanced solutions and Android is so much better for now.
I would enlist here the ergonomic design of the device, the powerful CPU, whi... Full review
A powerful smartphone that delivers in performance and features to make it one of the best devices
The good: The HTC Touch Pro2 for Sprint offers a gorgeous touch screen, a spacious keyboard, and a 3.5 millimeter jack. The Windows Mobile device also features world-roaming capabilities, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and GPS.
The bad: The smartphone doesn't support international 3G bands. The device is bulky in size and also expensive. GPS acquisition was a bit slow in our tests and ideo streaming wasn't the smoothest.
The bottom line: Despite the jaw-dropping price tag, the HTC Touch Pro2 is a powerful smartphone that delivers in performance and features to make it one of the best devices... Full review
Keeps a minimalist design with a numerous features
T-Mobile most feature-rich device ever released
The HTC Touch Pro2, released yesterday on T-Mobile’s network, is T-Mobile most feature-rich device ever released. Meaning it is also one of the most expensive devices T-Mobile has ever sold. With a 2 year contract, you can pick up the Touch Pro2 for a leg and 3 arms, so we suggest purchasing it on a family plan $349.99. Of course we are scouring the Internet to get you a price of….$249.99 on the Touch Pro2, or even as low as $199.99. Of course we will post as soon as we have a deal that cuts the price nearly in half. Not sure whether you want to pick up the Touch Pro2? Check out some of... Full review
Has its failings, but certain users will appreciate the large and excellent screen and keyboard
A massive improvement from its previous model
Over the past month we played around with the stellar, but also heavy, slide-out 5-row full QWERTY device. It is such a massive improvement from its previous model that if you’re a fan of HTC and of touchscreens, this is one to consider.
Some of the key features of the Touch Pro2 are its 3.6 inch tilting touchscreen (resolution of 480 x 800), Windows Mobile 6.1, 3.5 inch headset jack, 2-way speakerphone, 3.2 megapixel camera with auto-focus (no flash), video capabilities, microSD card slot that can hold up to 16GB. The TP2 has overall dimensions of 5.62(w) x 11.6(h) x 1.67(d) cm and... Full review
A great device for power and business users
A business person's best friend
The HTC Touch Pro2 is a great handset if you're after a businessman's iPhone. It has a wonderful screen that is actually bigger than the iPhone's and much higher resolution, too. Some people even mistook it for an iPhone at first, probably due to the dark front with its chrome surround. The Touch Pro2's biggest plus was definitely its slide-out QWERTY keyboard, which was a joy to use for both email and SMS. Other worthy mentions include the fantastic speakerphone and ever growing reach of HTC's smartening of the Windows Mobile UI. Kudos should also go to the 1500mAh battery that manages to... Full review
More powerful gear and more impressive shell than the original Pro, HTC Touch Pro2 is in charge of the armored unit
Amid talk of Android and would-be heroes we're about to revisit HTC on their hallowed PocketPC ground. Good things seem to come in pairs for the company while out-and-out upgrades are always good news for the user. With two jewels in the crown and two pros on the squad, HTC march towards PocketPC dominance and the Touch Pro2 looks like it has what it takes to lead the campaign.
PocketPC is definitely the HTC game but it sure isn't a one horse race. The list of prominent number 2's is perhaps about to be continued with an XPERIA. On the other hand, the launch of the Touch Pro2 is perha... Full review
This phone is an absolute nightmare-DO NOT BUY!!!
Worst phone ever, its a BRICK
Good Phone But Needs Customization
My favorite phone so far. Amazing capabilities.
Truly a Great Phone
T-Mobile Touch Pro 2
The perfect mobile phone
Telus is stupid
Not satisfied at all
Almost perfect: why I chose the Touch Pro 2
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- HTC Touch Pro2 Manual (PDF)
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