After spending a few minutes with it, there's no question to us that the Touch Pro
is HTC's most impressive handset to date (even if you count
the Xperia X1
). Okay, the phone is still a bit thick (roughly the same as a Tilt
), and there's no 3.5mm headphone jack, but it's got a very small footprint and a very comfortably proportioned keyboard. We can also really definitely appreciate the lengths HTC is going to trying to make Windows Mobile a bit less doggish these days -- but were they to spice up the Touch Pro with a capacitive touchscreen and Android, HTC might
just have a game-changer on their hands.
HTC Touch Pro hands-on