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It is a Windows Mobile 6.5 based, AT&T smartphone released in November 2009 as a replacement to the original HTC Tilt.

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Pros

strong signal, calls rarely drop, sound quality is good

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controls are all very simple, nothing hidden or hard to find

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keyboard has nice, large buttons that respond well

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small and light enough to fit comfortably in your pocket

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attractive curved bezel that doesn't seem too bulky

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durable, can be dropped a few times without breaking

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Cons

battery life isn't very long, needs to be charged every day

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occasional lag while you wait for it to process a command

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The HTC Tilt 2 is a The HTC Pure is a Windows Mobile 6.5 based, AT&T smartphone released in November 2009 as a replacement to the original HTC Tilt. It utilizes the latest version of Windows Mobile, as well as a 3.6” touchscreen display with HTC’s proprietary TouchFLO 3D custom user interface. This new interface lets users quickly open an application by choosing from a bar of shortcuts laced across the bottom of the screen. Truthfully, the Tilt 2 is nearly a duplicate of its peer the HTC Pure — which was released a month earlier — save for the addition of a QWERTY keyboard; this model is much more friendly to people who frequently employ mobile emailing. Emailing is just one function available, as the Tilt 2 includes a plethora of Windows applications, including (but not limited too) web browsers, a media player, and even Microsoft Windows Live.

Features
  • AT&T Smartphone
  • Windows Mobile 6.0
  • 3.6” Touchscreen
  • QWERTY Keyboard
  • TouchFLO 3D Interface
  • Internal GPS Antenna
  • FM Radio
  • 802.11b/g WiFi
  • Bluetooth 2.0+EDR
  • Voice Recorder
  • Video Calling
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Lj
05/14/2011 02:05

I want this phone, Is it a goo choice for me?

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