The HTC Touch 2 was first released in 2009 and was one of the first phones to release with Windows 6.5 as standard. It has a 2.8 inch touchscreen display and a 3.2 megapixel camera. Whilst the Touch 2 might be on the lower end of the spectrum when it comes to specs for a moder smartphone, it offers great value for money and a lot of features. The touchscreen on the HTC Touch 2 is very easy to use and incorporates HTC’s TouchFLO interface. The design of the HTC Touch 2 is very sleek and minimalist. As with most moder smartphones, the front of the device is dominated by the touchscreen with just a few buttons at the bottom for general commands. It connects and charges via a micro USB slot which is located at the bottom of the phone. On the back of the Touch 2 is a 3.2 megapixel camera, which might not be cutting edge these days but it’s still a decent camera for the price.
The web capabilities of the HTC Touch 2 are quite impressive for a phone of its age. It features a browser that’s based on Opera and has a very easy to use interface. Many consumers will be happy to know that the Touch 2 also supports Flash so those who have unlimited data packages will be able to enjoy more memory-heavy experience online such as watching YouTube videos. The battery life of the Touch 2 is very impressive with approximately 7.3 hours of talk time when fully charged. An interesting feature of the Touch2 is that it comes with a stylus that’s built into the handset. This is primarily because the phone does support multi touch gestures such as pinching to zoom in on web pages.
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