The HTC Touch Pro2 is pretty much the baddest side-sliding enterprise smartphone available today. We even pitted the Pro2 against Nokia’s N97 in heated battle, and the Pro2 came out on top. So, it’s no wonder T-Mobile decided to offer the Touch Pro2 in the US. Now, we get a glimpse of the T-Mobile Touch Pro2 (TP2)being unboxed in all its glory.
The folks over at TmoNews have posted their unboxing pics of of the T-Mobile Touch Pro2, and it’s looking very much like what we expected to see – a lightly branded HTC Touch Pro2 with a unique color scheme. For the spec-conscious out there, the T-Mobile Touch Pro2 will come packing a class-leading 3.6-inch WVGA (800×480) resistive touchscreen, 3.2-megapixel camera, 3G data, WiFi, GPS and a 528Mhz processor paired to 512MB of ROM and 288MB RAM. Windows Mobile 6.1 Professional will run the show, but HTC’s TouchFLO 3D UI should cover up WinMo’s shortcomings a good deal.
We’re still looking for a July 22 launch of the T-Mobile TP2.
Head on over to TmoNews for the full unboxing gallery.