HTC Touch Pro2 review - Photographing with your mobile phone
LetsGoMobile adds: "The lack of a camera hardware button requires activating the camera application by using the touchscreen monitor. There is a default shortcut found to the bottom right, which makes things a little easier. The application's start-up is pretty fast; in fact, in practice it may seem even faster since the viewfinder is displayed during start-up. The entire large color monitor is used as a viewfinder. There are only two icons visible, one to go to settings and the second is the shutter release itself. Capturing pictures happens at a reasonable speed. Once you press the shutter button, focus is carried out within approximately one second. Next, the monitor turns white to indicate that the picture was taken."
HTC Touch Pro 2 test - GPS navigation system
LetsGoMobile continues: "Thanks to the built-in GPS antenna, the HTC Touch Pro 2 can also be used as a navigation system. Only Google Maps is standard installed, however, this is not full navigation software. Then again, the Google Maps application is still able to indicate your position on a map and calculate a route from there, without voice commands. If you are looking for a full navigation solution, it is possible to install this. Examples are TomTom and McGuider. Both feature a version suitable for Windows Mobile."
HTC Touch review
The HTC Touch Pro 2 T7373 is a very complete smartphone from the HTC range. The Touch Pro2 features a large sliding QWERTY keyboard, combined with an incredibly large 3.6 inch touchscreen monitor. In addition, this HTC mobile phone features an internal GPS antenna, Windows Mobile 6.1 Professional, a Qualcomm MSM7200A 528MHz processor, a 3.2 megapixel digital camera, HSDPA and Wi-Fi. Read the full HTC Touch Pro2 review at LetsGoMobile.