HTC Tilt (TYTN II) PDA Smartphone with 3MP Camera, 3G, Wi-Fi, MP3/Video Player, MicroSD Slot–U.S. Version for AT&T

  • This is a quad-band GSM 850/900/1800/1900 cell phone with US 3G compatibility via 850/1900 MHz, and EDGE/UMTS/HSDPA
  • 3 megapixel digital camera with macro mode, onscreen controls, and video capture
  • Built-in Bluetooth and Wi-Fi connectivity; runs on 400 MHz Samsung processor
  • Secondary camera for video calling; jog wheel for easy, 1-handed operation
  • Full QWERTY interior keyboard; expandable memory via MicroSD slot

Product Description
The AT&T 8925 Tilt has several features never before seen on a Windows Mobile device. The first is the aforementioned flip-up, tilted screen (seen left), which configures the Tilt a lot like a notebook when the unit’s keyboard is exposed. Another new feature is a 3MP digital camera, which is the highest-resolution camera available on a Windows Mobile Smartphone (touchscreen

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5 Responses to HTC Tilt (TYTN II) PDA Smartphone with 3MP Camera, 3G, Wi-Fi, MP3/Video Player, MicroSD Slot–U.S. Version for AT&T

  1. Steve Scheinberg says:

    Review by Steve Scheinberg for HTC Tilt (TYTN II) PDA Smartphone with 3MP Camera, 3G, Wi-Fi, MP3/Video Player, MicroSD Slot–U.S. Version for AT&T
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    I just upgraded to an iPhone. I had the tilt device for two years, it was a good phone. I enjoyed being on the 3G network. I also used it to tether as a modem for my laptop, no issues there, great for visiting clients at Starbucks and not having to pay for internet. Really nice not having to fumble around with setup on that tethering. I used to watch youtube via player application, before youtube finally made their own plugin. I would check out Fifth Gear, top gear, etc episodes during my lunch hour, it was good fun, espcially with the tilt screen while I was eating. After two years the battery needed replacing, I never did, but it sure needed a new one. The charge was only lasting a couple hours. I dropped it twice, and had the screen replaced once for $100. The time the screen needed replacing it was thrown from the second story of my apartment, the phone is pretty durable. Most phones would have smashed to pieces.

    What can it do that an iPhone can’t you ask?

    * Tether as a modem

    * Internet Access with AT&T via 3G for $20/month NOT $30 like on the iphone

    * Full keyboard

    * SMS messaging, (add pictures to text msgs)

    * Run office applications (word, powerpoint, etc)

    * Screen tilt

    * Create ringtones on the fly by choosing a song and right clicking (sweet)

    * No I-Tunes or Qucktime malware

    What does an iPhone do better?

    * Larger screen

    * Better battery life

    * Backlight auto adjusts brightness, saves battery

    * Shuts off faster, no buttons on front that accidentally turn it on

    * Looks better (impress your friends, the tilt looked like a brick)

    * Better support if/wehn it breaks, at least implied

    * More applications

    * Larger storage up to 32gb with 3GS

    * Ipod / music work much better, easier to use etc

    * Voicemail stores on the device

    * GPS device with compass can tell you which way to turn not just your location

    * Thinner, lighter

    All in all I am planning on keeping the iPhone after having the tilt for 2 years. I still love the tilt though… nothing wrong with that phone at all.

  2. K. Coker says:

    Review by K. Coker for HTC Tilt (TYTN II) PDA Smartphone with 3MP Camera, 3G, Wi-Fi, MP3/Video Player, MicroSD Slot–U.S. Version for AT&T
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    As the title suggests, I consider this Smartphone to be a good work horse.

    A previous poster listed a few features on this device, I’ve expanded some of the detail on that and added some other info.

    * Tether as a modem – very helpful and less expensive than buying a standalone aircard.

    * Full keyboard – there is a soft keyboard you can type on without having to slide out the keyboard everytime you need to type something.

    * Can open, edit, save Microsoft office files (word, powerpoint, etc) (on an iPhone you can only view not edit).

    * Screen tilts – helpful to reduce glare

    * Create ringtones on the fly by choosing a song and right clicking – without additional cost

    Helpful tips for Windows Mobile

    Periodically Windows Mobile devices experience registry corruption. The best resolution is to perform a hard reset on the device clearing out the memory and essentially freshly building the device. By doing these periodic resets (in my experience 2 times a year is necessary), the device remains responsive and less buggy.

    There is a lot of functionality built into the Tilt that is handy. It is one of the better Windows devices for navigation. Using a bluetooth GPS bug the device can do quite well guiding without the necessity of having to buy a singletasking handheld navigation system.

  3. Bookworm says:

    Review by Bookworm for HTC Tilt (TYTN II) PDA Smartphone with 3MP Camera, 3G, Wi-Fi, MP3/Video Player, MicroSD Slot–U.S. Version for AT&T
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    This is a really good device. I have had many cellphones and PDA’s and this is one of the best ones I have ever had. It is durable, has good battery life and an easy to use qwerty keyboard. The tilting action makes it easy to see what you are typing with no glare. The video resolution is good and SD card makes it as expandable as you want. You can switch out cards if you start running out of room or want to keep some files private. I highly recommend this device. I have used it in a busy medical practice loaded with references and resources; and with the Google mobile apps bar, I am on the internet in a flash and can access the web or my Google apps. Luckily, it is pretty much drop proof.

  4. Chris says:

    Review by Chris for HTC Tilt (TYTN II) PDA Smartphone with 3MP Camera, 3G, Wi-Fi, MP3/Video Player, MicroSD Slot–U.S. Version for AT&T
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    Wifi and navigation is supergood. HTC is a classic smartphone that greatly combines a real smart phone and a PC. Personalized it to my style and proud of my choice.

  5. Mehakoi says:

    Review by Mehakoi for HTC Tilt (TYTN II) PDA Smartphone with 3MP Camera, 3G, Wi-Fi, MP3/Video Player, MicroSD Slot–U.S. Version for AT&T
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    Not the best phone ever, but a solid smartphone, good camera, wi-fi and window’s mobile integrates well for my work applications.

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