'Text can be pretty minute and images look quite pixelated, with dull color.'
'the touchscreen remains responsive for general use, the resistive design means you often have to press more firmly to make a selection.'
'The hardware specs are comprehensive however.'
'Design and build quality'
'It was bad enough with the HTC Dream , the company's first Android-powered handset, but the Magic is 10 times worse.'
'its design is more boring than a year in solitary with John Major.'
'in most instances touching the screen is easier.'
'Streaming video looked impressive though, or at least it did once we'd discovered the 'watch in high quality' button in the menu.'
'Large selection of free apps from the Android market'
'low display resolution'
'Easy to set up the phone.'
'Plenty of pre-loaded apps'
'Expansive, responsive touch screen.'
'Not a phone you should invest in'
'While Windows Mobile provides robust business productivity, it also provides superb multimedia functions.'
'Since the Touch2 has been categorized in budget mid-range smartphone, so the display only has a QVGA resolution (240×320) that considered small size and at mediocre quality level.'
'As a new Windows phone, the HTC Touch2 showcases the powerful messaging, browsing and productivity capabilities delivered by Windows Mobile 6.5.'
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