Formerly it called Dopod, now so called HTC. But whatever its name, their product always successfully draws attention because of its more complete ability. This thing also can be seen in the newest PDAphone, TyTN II. This product equipped by all facilities which PDAphone need, starts from HSDPA network support, GPS, BlackBerry, 3MP camera until integrated keyboard.
HTC TYTN II user can use integrated keyboard – beside the touchscreen- for the input. Stylus is hidden in under side phone, dorsal cleft right side. Qwerty Keyboard will seen if we slide the under side to the right. When shifting this key pad, we can make it have a voice with choose Sliding sound in keyboard Sliding Sound. Unfortunately, we have not found way to adding other sound file for this setting.
Which looks different is the existence of axis so that position of screen part can bended curved to part of keyboard; alike when we apply Dopod U1000. This gadget also applied TouchFlo which is first added in HTC Touch. So we can activate an application with touching an icon.
There are many special shortcut button offered. In device side, there is Voice Commander Button; side by side with menu select wheel and OK button. Below the screen, there is a special button for windows, browser, and message. All the shortcut actually can be changed from start > Settings > Buttons.
SIM card slot is placed at back of front side (screen). Even it’s so easy, not suggested to changes SIM card when device is ON. Meanwhile, in front side is located MicroSD slot. With that easiness, it’s unnecessary to unload casing to pair SIM card and addition memory card. This phone has two cameras. The 3 megapixel camera located at device backside; but no additional lamp and mirror. There’s only available addition speaker. Above it, there is a GPS port; if need to plug in addition accessory to strengthen the GPS signal. At limited promotion, HTC figures in MapKing for its mapping and QuickGPS to update GPS data.
With all facilities offered, it’s difficult to find a device which as of class with HTC TyTN II. So, this peripheral may be assumed as most sophisticated device at this time. Its innovative keyboard design also makes typing activities become easier.HTC TyTN II ReviewPrice range: $579.95 - $779Specs:- Processor: Qualcomm MSM 7200, 400 MHz- RAM: 128 MB- Operation System: Windows Mobile 6 Professional- Screen: TFT, LCD, 240x320 pixel, 2,8 inch- Camera: 3 Megapixel and VGA- Internal memory: 256 MB- External memory: MicroSD- Connectivity: Bluetooth v2.0, WiFi 802.11 b/g- Network: GSM/EDGE 85/900/1900/2100 MHz, UMTS/HSDPA 850/1900/2100 MHz- Internet Connectivity: 3,5G, WLAN- Dimension: 11,2 x 5.9 x 1.9 cm- Weight: 190 grams- Battery: Lithium Ion 3.7VDC, 1350 mAh- Standby Time: 350 hour- Talk Time: 249 minutes- Feature: BlackBerry/ BlackBerry Connect, Adobe Reader LE, Audio Manager, Internet Sharing, JBlend, MapKing, Quick GPS, SAP Settings, Voice Commander, Voice Recorder, WorldCard Mobile, Zip, Encryption, External GPS, Microphone AGC, TouchFLO, GPRS Setting, Network WizardCheck This Out:HP iPAQ 612 Business Navigator Review: 5-in-1 PDA PhoneHTC TOUCH Review: Another Touch Screen PhoneDopod D818c: CDMA PDA PHONE