With a 65K color TFT touchscreen display with QVGA (240 x 320 pixels) resolution and handwriting recognition the TyTN II is hard to beat, especially with the provided HTC Home menu screen, allowing for fast one-touch access to messages, contacts, appointment and files. The available sliding hardware QWERTY keyboard makes messaging and browsing on the go as easy as it gets in combination with the tilted 2.8" TFT display.
Powered by a 400 MHz processor, the HTC TyTN II will certainly handle the demanding tasks of utilising the integrated GPS receiver, Wi-Fi functionality, video calling or multimedia streaming as fast as the full HSDPA (3.6 Mbps) will allow. Navigation through menus and applications is boosted with the proprietary HTC TouchFLO technology which allows a natural touch navigation. In its essence, TouchFLO Technology is a 3-dimensional interface that gives you quick access to messages, internet, multimedia and more.
The HTC TyTN II is also equipped with a 3 megapixel autofocus camera, capable of video recording.
According to some information publshed by FCC, three different versions of the HTC Kaiser will be released after its announcement. The first one dubbed as KAIS110 has no camera and therefore will be primary for corporate users which are prohibited to use cameraphones. The second one is KAIS100 will have only one camera (primary) and finally the last one known as KAIS120 with two cameras (primary and secondary).
HTC TyTN II is planned to hit the shelves within next month.