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About this product
- Family LineHTC Tilt
- Storage Capacity512MB
- Network Generation3G
- Network TechnologyEDGE / GPRS / HSPA,GSM / WCDMA (UMTS)
- BandGSM/GPRS/EDGE 850/900/1800/1900 UMTS/HSDPA 850/1900/2100
- ConnectivityMini USB
- Supported Flash Memory CardsMicroSDHC
- Battery TypeRechargeable Li-Ion Battery
- Battery Capacity1500 mAh
- Battery Talk TimeUp to 450 min
- Battery Standby TimeUp to 650 hr
- Display TechnologyLCD display
- Screen Size3.6"
- Display Resolution800 x 480 pixels
- Touch ScreenYes
- Digital CameraYes
- QWERTY Physical KeyboardYes
- Email AccessYes
- Internet BrowserYes
- Height4.53 in.
- Depth0.63 in.
- Width2.32 in.
- Weight6.28 oz
Most relevant reviews
- broncof150Apr 14, 2016by
While this phone and operating system is outdated (even if you upgrade to the Win Mobile 6.5), it is still a good phone even if it is slow by today’s standards. The expandable memory slot is great for storing music, pictures, videos, taking notes…etc. The internal GPS antenna is more reliable than those “new” phones that use the Wi-Fi / cell tower triangulation when using many of the GPS apps out there. While I do not currently use mine as a phone anymore, the emergency 911 call function still works and I use mine more for the GPS function for hunting / fishing, traveling – Garmin mobile XT, mobile video player in the vehicle or when away from home, as a Wi-Fi modem for my desk top pc, and as an MP3 player. While the battery life is not stellar depending on use, there are longer life batteries available with the corresponding back plates. And you have to option of removing the battery and upgrading without having to send it back to the manufacture. Over all this is a good device with many uses outside of its main design. Read full review
Verified purchase: Yes | Condition: Pre-owned
- redman3328Jan 02, 2015by
The phone that's fun and is still 3G !!!
tested HTC for my Father's use. Strange way AT&T works. The item was able to connect to his wireless write out of the box no data plan and no SIM card installed as well. His AT&T modem identified to the WI-FI connection very quick however (internet connection) using Opera browser was unavailable with out a plan short of an hour.E-mail retrieved eventually and outbox mail worked as well. It was fun loading a little music with windows media. He thinks the clean distortion-less sound it produces will be great for tape making.(might just be able to understand Jack White)[He Thinks!]The APP pre-loaded is an excellent plus.Cool too. Though memory filled fast since we did not have a mini-micro SD card at the time. AT&T's Navigation is no longer available so GPS we hope is a fresh APP. He likes the idea of pay as you go and has researched the voice quality and has not found any dislikes. The phone charges up great for now using the computers 2.0 USB. I'm sure I can find him a wall charger for his Birthday. The camera is basic nothing fancy. But when he flipped through his 1648 E-mail (pgs), it gave a giggle he has not seem to be able to find in a long long time. Thanks HTC! Read full review
- hawke213xJul 31, 2012by
If you can find one for a good price, go for it.
I used to have the first version of this phone, the HTC 8925 or rather, AT&T Tilt. I absolutely ADORED that phone. It was actually the best phone I've ever had. Ever. I never had one single problem with calls, texts or emails. Now it may of had a small screen and slid the wrong way...but that was part of the charm. Having the upgraded version of that device is very nice. After using it for a few days and trying it out, this is also a very solid device. I did install a custom ROM seeing as that's just my style, if you will, but this little guy is pretty darn cool. The Speaker in the back is excellent for calls and music, the touch screen is very responsive, the call, hang up, back and start menu buttons all work fine, and that keyboard! BEST. KEYBOARD. EVER. Seriously, this keyboard is so great. Might even be the best part of the phone! Now, I spent $40 on mine and believe me, it was well worth it. Very much so worth it. If you can find the phone for less than $50, I would say go for it. But if the one you're looking at has a higher dollar amount attached and is in better condition, I say go for it. This phone is worth it at any price, really. Read full review
- firebazMar 27, 2012by
Overall a good solid phone, manufactured by HTC who is reputable & reliable
I have had the HTC slider type phones before when I had a touch 2 pro. I like the fact that you have a touch screen for surfing the web, looking at photos, or ease of moving on screen. I have never been a virtual keyboard phone, and always opt for the slide keyboards in my phones. The Touch 2 pro and the Tilt 2 give the user the best of both worlds here for a guy like me. I definately prefer the Android operating systems over the windows based systems. The Androids give you more options, have more and increasing applications coming out all the time, and appear to always be growing and developing with improvements. I would convert my Tilt phone to the Android operating system if there were not some definate bugs that still need to be worked out of the system. There are some draw backs to the HTC slider phones. The battery life can be somewhat short depending on your average usage. It has decent stand by time, but if you use the web, do significant texting, or run several applications the battery life will decrease significantly. The onboard storage is somewhat small for a phone with so many uses. If you utilize the available Micro memory card slot, it makes the lack of memory much less of a headache. It would be helpful to be able to place objects frequently used on the desktop, or at the beginning of the applications screens. But that is kind of minor if you don't mind surfing for the regularly used application. One of the biggest benefits to this phone was the fact that it is a GSM phone, which you can now use on the Straight Talk network. The big guys like AT&T and Verizon now need to worry as the affordable networks are becoming more flexible. The phones as far as my use have been dependable and reliable in their overall use. And for what little I paid for the phone and for monthly service with this phone makes some of the drawbacks negligable. Overall I would rate this phone up toward the tops of phone brands that I have owned. Read full review
- raidskinsfanMar 09, 2012by
Excellent Windows Phone if you have a data plan.
My first Windows Smart phone. I've owned Blackberrys and Androids for several years. The phone is layed out well and the Full Qwerty keyboard is always a plus, comes with a touchscreen stylus - helpful if you have fat fingers (like me) or tend to double touch ( like me). This phone worked really well for me and it should for almost any user, the 1 issue that I did have with the phone was a deal breaker for me. I only download and stream data over wireless - don't need anything so desperately that I need a data plan from my carrier. This phone constantly provided error message about not being able to connect to GRPS server and could not be shut off in the phone settings. So if your using a Data Plan then it is a great value. 1 additional comment - this phone is very heavy by todays standards - if you are used to feather light phone then this takes a little getting used to. Read full review