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HTC Touch Pro2 Sim-Free Windows Mobile Phone

3.5 out of 5 stars 39 customer reviews

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  • Windows Mobile® 6.1 Professional
  • 3.6-inch TFT-LCD touch-sensitive screen with 480 X 800 WVGA resolution
  • 3.2 megapixel camera
  • TouchFLO 3D
  • Slide-out 5 row QWERTY keyboard
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  • Product Dimensions: 5.9 x 1.7 x 11.6 cm ; 186 g
  • Boxed-product Weight: 440 g
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  • Item model number: HTC Touch Pro 2
  • ASIN: B0021L95G6
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 1 Jan. 2008
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (39 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 53,577 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)

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Box Contains

  • Touch Pro2 device
  • Quick Start Guide
  • CD (User manual & Sync. software)
  • Screen Protector
  • Stylus Travel Charger, TC P300A
  • Mini-USB data cable, DC U200
  • Wired Stereo Headset, HS300
  • Accessory leaflet
  • Pouch


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    Colour Name: mocha
    Well where do i start after purchasing a Touch Pro 2 and an Acer M900 i was expecting to be let down a bit by both after being a blackberry man having the curve and storm recently i love how easy they are to use.

    Unboxing this phone i was surprised at how shiny and solid this phone really is the slide out QWERTY is the best i have ever seen with the keys being generously spaced.

    Once switched on you get a beautifully crisp and clear image on the screen. Once it had finished setting itself up it was instantly ready to perform and boy did it.

    I thought i would start with testing out the keyboard it is awesome i was able to, with the spacing of the keys get some very quick typing speeds similar to that on a normal PC keyboard.

    Touchflow 3D is awesome however i installed SPB Mobile Shell which is even better.

    Overall i really love this device and would recommend it to anyone looking for a windows mobile device in my eyes i could see this phone becoming a netbook killer as you can do everything on here as you can on a netbook with the bundled office apps and internet explorer it makes for a truly mobile office experience.

    A true iphone beater.

    Well done HTC you have excelled with this one.

    Check back soon for my full review.
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    Colour Name: mocha
    This is just a brief overview, nothing too technical!

    Now HTC is a company that i've previously avoided up until now. The reason why was simple - i didn't know how good or how well made their devices were/are. I've worked in mobile phone and satellite receiver manufacturing environment for many years now and always look at how well things are put together when i buy them. I'm pleased to announce that the HTC Touch Pro 2 is a very well made device. It's nice and weighty at approx 176g? or something around there. The built in slide-out QWERTY keyboard is a contributor to it's bulk, which i like - heavy phones to me mean good materials in its construction. The screen can tilt slightly at an angle for better viewing when using the keyboard. Keys are well spaced and responsive which makes fast emailing or texting. Of course you can use the included stylus for input or just the old finger will do. Without getting too technical, this runs Windows Mobile 6.1 professional but its been skinned so well that you hardly notice its famed unfriendliness. Everything runs easily enough for me, but i'm not using this to its full potential. The camera is 3.2 megaP with auto focus and takes fantastic looking photos when viewed on the huge screen. When viewing them on the screen you can use a handy zoom bar to zoom into the image, of course, using your finger (or stylus). There is no radio. It has GPS, Opera Browser, PowerPoint Mobile, Google Maps to name just a few random programs. You can literally flick text messages off the incredible high-res screen with your fingertip when you've read them, drag images around to your liking, and when you receive a call you slide a virtual switch to 'answer' or 'reject'.
    The build quality like i said earlier is excellent.
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    Colour Name: mocha
    I've had my touch pro 2 for under a week but I'm really loving it so far.

    In spite of all the criticism that gets levied at WinMo devices I'm so far very impressed, TouchFlo 3D is a considerable improvement over the standard interface and a definite worthwhile addition by HTC. I decided to try SPB Mobile Shell out anyway and I have to say it's made me fall totally in love with this phone, extending it from a "power user" device I was happy with into a truly flashy phone that's fun to use and fun to show off if you have geeky friends. Note that changing this part of the interface does not affect the HTC dialling screen which still allows you to swap between normal and conference call modes which is a great relief.

    Every review I've seen emphasises how amazing the keyboard is so on that subject I'll just point out that they're right, it's no desktop replacement but it's as good as you're likely to get without swapping your phone for SIM enable laptop.

    I tested the GPS functionality and from a cold start I was waiting about a minute before I gave up waiting for a location on Google maps when I remembered there was a GPS speedup utility bundled to take advantage of the assisted GPS support. Turned GPS off and ran this which got the satellite locations from the net over 3G in a matter of seconds, when returning to Google maps and turning GPS on after the speedup utility had been run it got a signal and pinpointed my location in the office carpark almost immediately.
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    Colour Name: mocha
    This is a lovely, lovely device - feels like a really great quality piece of kit, the screen is large & crystal clear and it does in my opinion live up to the hype. I've only had mine for a few days but there are a couple of things I've discovered that I wasn't expecting:

    Outlook Business Contact Manager does not sync properly with this device (or indeed with many others running WM 6.1 as far as I can tell); the text comes out squashed & you can't specify which categories you wish to sync
    Mine does NOT have the FM radio the specs showed
    The headphones which come with the device are the very basic 'listening only' variety (i.e. you can't use them to answer a phone call and need to pay extra for headphones with this facility)
    Some of the applications I was hoping to run (TomTom Navigator 7, BBC iPlayer etc) are not in fact compatible with the device (yet).

    These are minor concerns and for what I wanted it for (business use working with spreadsheets, word documents, email, internet etc) it's fantastic.......if a little pricey.
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