Russell Jeffries wrote in for Mobile Burn this week the device has a number of features that not only set it apart from its competitors, but could also challenge one of its closest rivals.
He explained the HTC Touch Pro2 boasts a “wonderful screen that is actually bigger than the iPhone’s,” adding that it also offers a “much higher resolution too”.
The piece went on to look at some of the other facilities the gadget offers and highlighted the “fantastic speakerphone”, slide-out qwerty keyboard and Windows Mobile user interface – all items it was suggested could interest professional users.
He concluded by saying the battery was capable of “running for days at a time” and that this was also something business phones should provide.
The HTC Magic was announced earlier this year and will be the second handset in the UK to run on the Google Android platform.
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