HTC presented another amazing phone, the Touch Pro2 packs a 3.6" touchscreen with 480 x 800 pixel resolution and has a slide-out 5-row QWERTY keyboard. The HTC Touch Pro2 has a Qualcomm MSM7200A 528MHz processor, 288MB RAM, 512MB ROM and Windows Mobile 6.1 Professional. The device features a 3.2 megapixel digital camera, 802.11b/g WiFi, Bluetooth 2.0+EDR, secondary VGA camera, GPS, FM radio, G-sensor and a microSD memory card slot. The phone measures 116mm x 59.2mm x 17.25mm and weighs 175g with battery.
Full specifications at HTC, the phone will be available across major global markets in early summer.
Designed for business professionals, the HTC Touch Pro2 is architected with distinct style and strength while delivering the most powerful productivity experience available on a mobile phone. Leveraging HTC’s TouchFLO 3D, people-centric communication and Push Internet technology, the Touch Pro2 features a high-resolution 3.6-inch widescreen VGA display for an expanded viewing area and large finger-friendly QWERTY keyboard. With improved battery life, expandable memory, a touch-sensitive zoom bar as well as gravity, proximity and ambient light sensors, the Touch Pro2 is optimized for touch as well as heavy email use.
The new HTC Touch Pro2 leverages voice in a new way to create one of the most sophisticated communication experiences found on a mobile phone. HTC’s new Straight Talk technology delivers an integrated email, voice and speakerphone experience. Users can transition seamlessly from email to single or multi-party conference calls and turn any location into a conference room.
In addition to the new simplified calling experience, Straight Talk includes an innovative mechanical and acoustic design that features a sophisticated speakerphone experience similar to those found in corporate boardrooms. Straight Talk delivers a high-fidelity voice and sound experience enhanced by asymmetric speakers and advanced noise suppression with full duplex acoustics. When the Touch Pro2 is flipped over it automatically turns into a conference room speakerphone system.