PhoneArena has reviewed the HTC Touch2 and seems to have an overall positive impression calling it snappy and easy to use, but also found it expensive for the features.
HTC has embarked on the really ingenious strategy of updating the operating system of their existing devices to Windows Mobile 6.5. Officially, the newest version will be available to owners of the high-end HTC Touch Diamond2, Touch Pro2 and the HTC Snap that runs Windows Mobile Standard. This means the HTC Touch2 is your only option if you want to get a compact HTC cell phone coming with an official (and not hacked) WM 6.5 ROM.
And this is by no means a bad option. The handset looks great, runs fast and feels easy to use. On the other hand, the interface personalization is skin-deep alongside of the latest TouchFLO 3D and the screen is QVGA. Unfortunately, these sacrifices have failed to make the phone affordable and you will have to fork out about $450-500 to get the unlocked HTC Touch2. The thing is the HTC Touch Diamond2, that is superior to the Touch2 in every single respect, is available for just a little bit more. If you are not much into the TouchFLO interface, the Samsung OmniaLITE is a decent alternative and we must say we do find its prototype exciting.
Read the full review here.