7 out of 10 for HTC Touch2
2 November 2009 — 10:16 AM
Anyone recycling their mobile phone and looking for a better model might be interested in the HTC Touch2, which has been given seven out of a possible ten marks.
Trusted Reviews awarded the 110-gram handset the once over and gave it seven in all categories - design, features, value and usability.
Various aspects of the Windows Mobile 6.5-powered HTC Touch2 were highlighted, although some areas of its build, such as the hardware, were described as "underwhelming".
Sound quality is good and the rechargeable lithium-ion battery life is impressive, but the camera leaves the user wanting more, Trusted Reviews explained.
With "only" 3.2 megapixels and no flash or autofocus, it is lacking somewhat - but on the flip side, it can record video.
One of the plus points also noted by the website was the speed at which the HTC Touch2 works.
"All the fancy graphical wizardry of HTC's TouchFLO 3D interface responds near instantly - giving it the smooth, flowing, easy to use feel it should always have had."
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