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Smartphones with Windows Mobile Pro

There is a long list of Smartphones with Windows Mobile pro, touch screen mode and OS 6.5 technology. Let’s take a quick review into some of these models and have a glance of their features.

LG Fathom

Smartphones with Windows Mobile Pro

LG Fathom; is considered as an ideal option for fans of Windows Mobile for its touch screen modality. It is equipped with a QWERTY  keyboard, a Windows version of 6.5, 1 GHz CPU form Qualcomm Snapdragon, 800×480 touch screen, 3G EV-DO Rev, and world navigating & Verizon service of GPS with fast and stable speed and networking. Though it’s not smart or slim as compared with the other windows phones, yet it features a good deal of services to its users.

HTC HD2

Smartphones with Windows Mobile Pro

HTC HD2 is another Windows Mobile Pro comparable to the Nexus one and Nokia N900. It has a 4.3’’ multi touch display mode, the normal 1 GHz Snapdragon CPU, 3 G HSDPA, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and a world roaming GPS service through Google, Telenav, Opera and Blockbuster. Moreover, it also has a 5 megapixel camera, smart keyboard, all within an ultra slim and light weight body.

HP iPAQ Glisten

Smartphones with Windows Mobile Pro

HP iPAQ Glisten is another Windows Mobile pro that has a QWERTY keyboard and a multi touch screen. It features a 3G HSDPA, GPS, Bluetooth and Wi-Fi networking. Its functioning modality is made of Windows 6.5 version running on a 528MHz Qualcomm CPU with a good battery life.

LG eXpo

Smartphones with Windows Mobile Pro

LG eXpo is another competitor in the Windows Mobile Pro touch screen Smartphones. It has a slider keyboard, Qualcomm 1GHz CPU from Snapdragon, fast LG, 5 megapixel autofocus camera, biometric scanner along with other standards of a Bluetooth, Wi-Fi and GPS services. In addition, it also displays an optional Pico projector that puts the LG eXpo among the smallest and latest computers used for presentations.

HTC HD2

Smartphones with Windows Mobile Pro

HTC HD2 is considered to be a dream Windows pro Smartphone because of its flat panel, with a Blue ray theatre of a remarkable 4.3 capacitive multi touch display. Apart from its large display, the HTC is 0.43’’ thick and is similar to the slim iPhone 3GS. All other internal features follow the standards of a customary Windows Pro phones, but this costs more because of its extra features. Yet there is no US 3G is available in HTC HD2 model.

Samsung Omnia II

Smartphones with Windows Mobile Pro

Samsung Omnia II is the next version of Omnia i910 operating through Verizon wireless service. It features 6.5 professional versions of Windows with Samsung’s touch Wiz 2.0 UI mode. It has a 3.7 AMOLED display that is fair enough but not as wonderful as capacitive displays of iPhone and Android Smartphones. Furthermore, it gives 8 gigs of storage, Wi-Fi, EV-DO Rev, Bluetooth, an A2DP stereo as well as a standard 5-megapixel camera.

HTC Tilt 2

Smartphones with Windows Mobile Pro

HTC Tilt 2 is the latest touch pro Windows mobile phone from AT&T. Along with regular features of a smart Windows pro phones, it has an 800×480 touch screen and a smart trendy slider keyboard.

Samsung Intrepid

Smartphones with Windows Mobile Pro

Samsung Intrepid is another 6.5 windows pro touch screen mobile from Sprint. It has features similar to BlackBerry, it’s got an easy to use keyboard along with fast MS Exchange support, messaging and IM services making it ideal for business professionals and texting oriented people.

Moreover, the HTC Pure with touchFLO 3D, HTC Touch Pro2 from Verizons, HTC touch pro2 from sprint, HTC touch pro2 form T mobiles, HTC Touch Diamond2, Palm Treo Pro form sprint, E-TEN Glofiish X610, Sony Ericsson Xperia, LG Incite, HTC Touch HD, HTC Fuze, and Samsung Epix are on the list of the top-notched Smartphones with standard features of Windows 6.5 Pro touch Screen OS, modalities with varying traits in their display, internal storage capacities and price range.

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