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We have collected and analyzed 108 expert reviews and 800 user reviews from international sources. Experts rate this product 80/100 and users rate it 74/100. The average review date is May 3, 2008. We have compared these reviews to 1324184 reviews from other Cell Phones. The alaScore™ for this product is 83/100 = Very good. Last update: Apr 19, 2014.

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AT&T AT&T Tilt


Slider phones have become increasingly popular, but until now they've been limited to models that are best used with two hands. That changes with AT&T's newest Windows Mobile device, which you can either hold in your hands or rest comfortably on a...

Roomy slide-out screen tilts ; High-capacity microSD support

Shiny, difficult-to-read navigation keys ; Some operations are slow

It's a bit costly, but operates well as a device that fits in your hand and offers maximum flexibility.

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HTC TyTN II review: Kaiser of PocketPCs


One of the hottest PDAs around lately, the HTC TyTN II is one feature-loaded son-of-a-gun. It's got what it takes to quench your daily communication needs, and more: HSDPA/HSUPA, Wi-Fi, 2.8" touchscreen TFT display, hardware QWERTY keyboard...

Quad-band GSM/GPRS/EDGETri-band HSDPA/HSUPA 3.6 Mbps with video calls400MHz Qualcomm processor2.8" 65K color touchscreen TFT display with QVGA resolutionIntegrated Qualcomm GPS receiver with pre-bundled TomTom "taster" satnav softwareWi-Fi 802.11 b/g3...

Hefty weight of 190 gProcessor is not powerful enough No FM radioOut-of-the-way On/Off key TouchFLO cube is not availableNo full-featured satnav software prebundled

The HTC Kaiser platform, which the HTC TyTN II is based on, is supposed to have several different flavors - one with no cameras whatsoever, another with only a primary camera and no video calling, and finally, the third one (which we are reviewing) has...

Editor's Choice!

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AT&T Tilt / HTC 8925


AT&T's new Tilt smartphone serves up major multimedia and messaging power.

Fast. High-speed, global wireless connectivity. Excellent integration with Microsoft apps. Good phone

Chunky design. BlackBerry Connect slows the device considerably ; Watch the AT&T Tilt Video Review

This brawny, do-it-all device integrates seamlessly with Microsoft apps to create the perfect mobile office for Windows users, while plenty of multimedia features, along with a nifty tilting screen, keep you entertained on the road.


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Hot 2-Way Slider Action With the Tilt


3G? It's in there. Wi-Fi? It's in there. GPS? It's in there. In fact, the AT&T Tilt promises, on paper, every wireless standard you could possibly ask for,

You'll never be offline (at least while the battery has juice): It contains just about every radio known to man. Very good call quality. Big, bright display. Tilt screen feature is much more useful than it sounds. Intuitive controls. Wide variety of...

Pitiful, nearly useless speakerphone. Pocket-challenging in size and hefty at 6.6 ounces. Windows Mobile lags and hampers productivity, particularly with web browsing. GPS service plan costs extra

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AT&T Tilt


Whether you know it as the AT&T 8925, the HTC Kaiser, or the HTC TyTN II, this highly anticipated Windows Mobile 6 smartphone officially got its crowning today as the AT&T Tilt. And we'd say the name is quite fitting given that it has a slide-out...

The AT&T Tilt features a slide-out full QWERTY keyboard and a tilting screen. The Windows Mobile 6 smartphone also offers the full gamut of wireless options, including 3G and GPS, push e-mail, a 3-megapixel camera, and support for AT&TMusic and Video

Speakerphone quality wasn't the greatest, and talk-time battery life was on the shorter side. The Tilt was sluggish at times, and picture quality was subpar. We also had problems acquiring a GPS fix

The AT&T Tilt promises to be the carrier's most powerful smartphone for business users with its full range of wireless options, Windows Mobile 6, and innovative tilt screen.

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HTC Tilt 8925


Amid all the big-name smartphone manufacturers, HTC has been quietly making some of the best products out there. The HTC Tilt certainly fits the bill. Though not as sexy as the HTC Touch, the Tilt is an ideal device for heavy-duty messaging. It's bulky...

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HTC TyTN II Review


The Second TyTN is a welcome addition to the HTC family, being the Kaiser of the brand. It is worth naming it TyTN as it adds just what the phone needed – GPS chip for navigation. We are happy to see that the voice quality has been improved, the...

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Mr.Gadget HTC TyTN II Battery 2800mAh High Capacity Review


When my original battery was giving up the ghost, I went down to the local Westfield to find a repla...

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AT&T Tilt Pics and Review


The AT&T Tilt also known as the HTC Kaiser or HTC TyTN II is the follow-up to AT&T's 8525, but rather than retaining the 8925 name, the design of the phone was incentive enough for AT&T to label the device: the “Tilt”. Personally the AT&T Tilt is our...

Product Specifications

Designed by HTC, the AT&T Tilt features a 2.8-inch color screen that slides back to reveal a full QWERTY keyboard, then tilts up to position the screen for reading and creating email, browsing online, using applications or playing videos and games. The Tilt supports Bluetooth 2.0, which allows for up to six Bluetooth devices to be wirelessly connected simultaneously to the device and also supports Bluetooth Stereo. The Tilt features TeleNav GPS Navigator which provides GPS-enabled turn-by-turn voice and on-screen driving or walking directions, colorful 3D moving maps and traffic delay alerts with one-click rerouting. Business users also can use TeleNav Track, a mobile workforce management solution that includes GPS-enabled tracking, timesheets, wireless forms, navigation, job dispatching and bar code scanning. Inside the Tilt, users will have wireless at their disposal. With 3G broadband speed connectivity across the globe and tri-band UMTS/HSDPA capabilities that allow the Tilt to operate in Japan and Korea.


Standby Time (PB):192hours/365hours
Talk Time (PB):240minutes/420minutes
Technology:Lithium polymer

CE Input Device

Type:Keyboard / Touch sensitive screen/QWERTY keyboard / Touch sensitive screen


Band:WCDMA (UMTS) / GSM 850/900/1800/1900
Combined with:With digital camera / digital player / GPS receiver/With two digital cameras / digital player / GPS receiver
Integrated Components:2nd camera / Digital camera / Digital player / GPS receiver/Digital camera / Digital player / GPS receiver
Phone Form Factor:Slider
Service Provider:AT&T/Not specified
Technology:WCDMA (UMTS) / GSM
Vibrating Alert: Yes
Voice Recorder: Yes
Wireless Interface:Bluetooth 2.0 / IEEE 802.11b / IEEE 802.11g/Bluetooth 2.0 / IEEE 802.11b / IEEE 802.11g / Infrared (IrDA)/Bluetooth 2.0 EDR / IEEE 802.11b / IEEE 802.11g

Communicator Features

Operating System:Microsoft Windows Mobile 6 Professional/Microsoft Windows Mobile 6.1 Professional

Dimensions & Weight



Color Depth:16-bit (65000 colors)
Diagonal Size:2.8in
Diagonal Size (metric):7.1cm
Type:LCD display

Flash Memory

Supported Flash Memory Cards:microSD


Country Kits:United States
Model:II/Tilt/Tilt 8925
Packaged Quantity:1
Product Line:AT&T/AT&T Tilt by HTC/HTC TyTN

Messaging & Data Services

EDGE (Enhanced Data Rates For Global Evolution): Yes
HSDPA (High Speed Downlink Packet Access): Yes
Internet Browser: Yes



Optical Sensor

Sensor Resolution:3Megapixel

Telephone Features

Voice Dialing: Yes
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