You can expect a series of posts related to the Touch Pro2 as I share my personal experience with this phone.
To me, the most compelling features on it are:
- Larger screen (3.6" vs. the traditional 2.8" screen found on most older Windows Mobile smartphones)
- The larger amount of RAM (not storage space, but RAM used to run software and the operating system)
- The tilting screen/keyboard. This is a great feature when you set the device on your desk.
The single most compelling feature was the large screen. I'm the type of person who likes to keep my old gadgets as long as they're still usable. In the case of the Touch Pro2, when it comes time to retire this device, it will make a really nice standalone GPS device. My old XV6800 is now a GPS for one of our cars. The phone radio isn't on and it doesn't receive any service, but it makes a decent TomTom navigator.