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29th September 2014 – 1 comment
Devices will require 20 Google apps as company looks to further rein in customisation.
12th September 2014
Back from the dead.
4th September 2014
64-bit mid–range smartphone gets the nod in Berlin.
27th August 2014
Phone-maker launches 4G landgrab.
19th August 2014
Can you get a decent big-screen phone without breaking the bank? HTC thinks so.
19th August 2014
Looks almost identical to the Android-powered original.
The HTC Touch2 is a hyper high-tech touchscreen with a truly jaw-dropping array of functions, including HSDPA support for super fast browsing and downloads, a large touchscreen and push email.
HTC has built up a reputation for exceptional, richly multi-functional mobiles. And we’re pleased to report that the HTC Touch2 is no exception.
At the heart of the phone are a Qualcomm MSM7225 528 MHz processor, the slick Windows Mobile 6.5 operating system and a fantastically intuitive touchscreen user interface. These combine to enable you to easily access applications and use them simultaneously with minimal lag. And when you’ve seen what it’s got to offer, believe us you’ll want to.
Not least among these is the great a fantastic document editor that allows you work on documents created in MicroSoft Office packages wherever you are – a boon for those of you who need to attend to business while you’re on the go. And just as impressive is push email support. This forwards messages directly to your mobile, bringing to an end to wasted minutes spent pulling down emails from a server.
Other features of the Touch2 include a media player to keep you entertained, HSDPA support, 3.2 megapixel camera, expandable memory, organiser functions, voice memo, 3.5mm headphone jack, downloadable polyphonic and MP3 ringtones and A-GPS support.
As its name suggests, HTC Touch2 offers a great, intuitive user experience. But it wasn't just this aspect of the handset that saw it garner a slew of excellent reviews.
CNet praised its "appealing TouchFlo homescreen", its rich array of features and "good keyboard layout". Meanwhile, tech Bible Wired dubbed it "a slick, speedy, easily navigable device" and lauded its wealth of impressive built-in apps.