The HTC Tilt 8925 is a discontinued tilt phone that used to be carried by AT&T. It has a slide out QWERTY keyboard and a flip up screen, but its battery only offers 4.4 maximum hours of talking time, less than other phones on the market. It runs on Windows Mobile Professional (Pocket PC) version 6, so it doesn't come up to date with all the newest features. It has a memory of 256 MB, most taken up by the device itself, so extra memory has to be purchased and added on via the microSD slot included. Only some versions of the HTC Tilt 8925 include a camera, java, and the push to talk feature. The touch screen requires the use of a stylus and it comes with a standalone GPS, a nice feature for a phone of this type.
- Modes: GSM 850 / GSM 900 / GSM 1800 / GSM 1900 / WCDMA 850 / WCDMA 1900 / WCDMA 2100
- Weight: 6.7 oz
- Dimensions: 4.41" x 2.32" x 0.75"
- Battery Talk: 4.4 hours
- Battery Standby: 350 hours
- Windows Mobile Professional (Pocket PC) version 6
- 400 MHz Qualcomm MSM 7200
- Standalone GPS
- QWERTY keyboard