AT&T's new smart phone, the HTC Tilt 2 comes standard with Windows Mobile 6.5. This cellular phone features a roomy QWERTY keyboard and has a very nice bright touch screen. It boasts excellent call quality, and delivers a new improved design gives business customers of AT&T' a powerful new choice in smart phones.
The HTC Tilt 2 has an interface that is now more user-friendly and some of the newly added features include backup service for My Phone and the Windows Marketplace program.
Though it does not have the same name AT&T's HTC Tilt2 unlocked is immediately recognizable as an alternative version of their Touch Pro2 smart phone with some of the same features such as the same speaker and camera on it as well as similar chrome edging and mirrored face.
Regrettably, the Tilt2 also lacks a standard 3.5mm jack, which means that users must make use of an audio adapter in order to plug in their own earbuds or headphones. This adapter will plug into a miniature USB port, which is located on the bottom of the phone. Because it sticks out rather far the phone has a rather awkward setup. It is also a bit on the expensive side particularly considering how bulky the phone is.
One of the nicest features of this phone is the full keyboard in the QWERTY format. , AT&T did something different in that the top row is used for symbols, and the numbers are doubled up with letter keys on the right side of the keyboard rather than having a dedicated number row like the ones that are found on phones by Sprint, T-Mobile, and Verizon. The numbers are plainly highlighted though, and the user still has the big buttons to use and plenty of spacing as well.
AT&T's new smart phone, the HTC Tilt 2 is a good choice for business cell phones, with several advantages and just a couple of disadvantages to it.