T-Mobile HTC Touch Pro 2 Unboxing + Initial Impressions
UPS came by with a special treat this morning– T-Mobile USA’s version of the HTC Touch Pro 2. This is the first Touch Pro 2 to hit our shores, and it makes sense, since T-Mobile customers have been starved of Windows Mobile Professional (touchscreen) devices since the Wing several years ago.
See our unboxing and initial impressions here:
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