HTC TyTN II Reviews
Product Type: HTC Smartphone
Description:Model ID P4550 / HTC TyTN II - Smartphone - WCDMA (UMTS) / GSM / More powerful than any mobile communications device you've seen before, the HTC TyTN II takes global connectivity to the next level. Staying connected means staying ahead. The TyTN II supports the full spect ... more
HTC TyTN II ... spectrum of network standards, guaranteeing that you will stay in touch ANYWHERE in the world. With an internet connection via 3.5G HSDPA that is nine times faster than 3G, using the TyTN II to download files and surf the Web is a breeze.
Communicating on the go is easier than ever with an innovative, ergonomic LCD design that positions the touch screen perfectly for reading and creating e-mails, using applications, or even just playing games.
Important information is just a glance away with HTC Home, which displays a big clock and provides live weather updates, access to a quick application launcher and one touch ring settings, easy photo dialing, and more.
Newest Review: ... the "writing" function with the stylus. It didn't really work and when you have a hard keyboard it's just easier ... more
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Customer HTC TyTN II Reviews (10)
by - written on 18/10/11 (Very useful, 4 readings)
I used one of these phones for about eight months and only really stopped using it because I had to give it back to my boss. Physically the Tytn II is very robust - wear a belt if this is going in your trouser pocket because it weighs about a kilogram, perhaps a little more. The keyboard slides out from under the main display and was usable even using my stubby fingers. The only drawback is that this area gathers grime very quickly whilst in your pocket, but you can clean it out with an ear bud. Shorcuts can be assigned to the buttons on the front, or you can navigate using the included stylus. The only physical design flaw is the battery ... Read the complete review
by - written on 06/12/09 (Very useful, 25 readings)
Ok, without being really negative straight off. If you want a PDA phone and don't want to use anything baring emails, calls and texts, this phone is nice, if a bit on the chunky side, and will not let you down. If however you want to run some rather nifty Windows Mobile applications such as TomTom, Google Maps, some games or do quite a bit at once, this phone might not be for you. I was an iPhone 2G owner and had a mishap with the screen. After finding out that it would cost over £100 to repair, I decided it was time to move on. After doing a lot of research, this phone turned up trumps with iPhone style features and a bit more. (When I say iPhone, ... Read the complete review
by - written on 22/05/09, updated on 31/05/09 (Very useful, 19 readings)
Excellent phone with loads and loads of accessories and available software. For those of you gamers out there there are countless games you can download onto the phone, including brain training, tennis, football. The built in GPS is an excellent feature and works very well indeed. The screen size is acceptable for use with sat nav programmes and watching streaming tv and browsing the internet, although some sites dont give you full internet capabilty. The HSDPA, at 3.6 mbps, works pretty well and you can surf fairly quickly without any problems. You can also tilt the screen (tilting 2.8" transflective TFT-LCD with backlight LEDs, touch ... Read the complete review
by - written on 22/06/10, updated on 22/11/10 (Very useful, 32 readings)
Having read the very positive reviews on here I started to question my overly negative opinion on the phone, so instead of going ahead straight away with slating the model I started to casually ask a few of the 110+ people at my company who have this model as their company PDA. Luckily, I was reassured when I heard them utter the magic words which has summed up my opinion ever since I first switched on this PDA: "This is the worst phone I've ever had." I really don't know where to begin with the problems with this phone. It's unbelievably heavy, pathetically slow, bulky, impossible to see the screen in daylight, the pullout keyboard is completely ... Read the complete review
by - written on 24/03/10 (Very useful, 7 readings)
I've had a few HTC mobiles now and I have got to say this one is almost perfect in every way however...... If you want a camera phone don't even think of buying this phone, it isn't great in the day time and is pretty much useless at anything other than bright light. Indoors the pictures are pretty grainy, it struggles to focus and only updates the display with what it's going to take maybe once a second. Battery life is pretty bad too, most of the time I'm getting about two days use per charge which isn't great but sometimes if I've really used the data connection or the GPS I'm lucky to see much more than a day! So it's not good ... Read the complete review
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