Today HTC announced the successor of their popular TyTN, the TyTN II (click for Specifications). The phone that was previously known as the Kaiser in the rumors builds on the first TyTN (aka Cingular/AT&T 8525) by adding GPS chip with excellent performance, allowing the phone to be used as stand-alone Navigation system. After the side-sliding QWERTY is opened, the display can be put at an angle, resulting in an unique tilting-screen design, for more comfortable usage when watching video or reading text. Like the first TyTN, the successor features WiFi (802.11b/g), quad-band GSM/EDGE and tri-band UMTS/HSDPA(3.6MBps) which allows it for world 2G and 3G roaming. As it is running on WM6 Professional OS, the TyTN II is a powerful business smartphone but thanks to the TouchFlo technology, its interface is not boring.
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