First HTC Touch Pro 2 review

 

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AreaMobile.de has published the first, as far as I know, review of the HTC Touch Pro 2. They have given the device a good going over and appeared to rather like it.

On the Pro side they liked the elegant design, large responsive  screen, many features, improved battery life and all pervasive TouchFlo3D. They comment that the device is now extremely finger-friendly, largely due to TouchFlo3D improvements, including doing away with the start menu.

On the Cons side, the device is significantly larger and heavier than its predecessor, lacks a 3.5 mm headphone jack, and they have concerns about the hinge mechanism of the slider.

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In summary however Stefan wrote:

The new HTC Touch Pro 2 is the successful development of its predecessor Touch Pro. It is stylish and fast, but also bigger and heavier. This can be forgiven, because another major point of criticism is that the poor battery life of the HTC Touch Pro has been eliminated  in the second generation. In addition, almost all the features are currently state of the art. If the initial good impression even in everyday life are confirmed, it is likely that the Touch Pro 2 to be a good alternative to devices like the Nokia N97.

Read the full review, which includes many pictures here. (Google translation)

Thanks Marcus from AreaMobile.de for the tip.

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