HTC TyTN II

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HTC TyTN II branded for AT&T, also known as AT&T Tilt

The HTC TyTN II, also known as Kaiser, is a Windows Mobile smartphone released by HTC in 2007.

Variants[edit]

Several versions of this phone were released with different camera configurations, and branded differently for different carriers.

  • KAIS100: Single rear-facing camera
  • KAIS110: No camera
  • KAIS120: Rear-facing camera and front-facing camera
  • KAIS130

Specs[edit]

Basics[edit]

Chipset Qualcomm MSM7200, 400 MHz
OS Windows Mobile 6.0, upgradable to 6.1
Display 240 x 320, TFT, 16-bit color, resistive touch
Sensors GPS
Status LED One red/green, one blue
Flash memory 256 MB
RAM 128 MB
Card slot Micro SDHC
Charging and data connector Mini USB (HTC ExtUSB)
FCC ID NM8KS

Connectivity[edit]

Operating modes GSM (850/900/1800/1900)
WCDMA (1/2/5)
Data HSDPA 3.6, EDGE
WLAN 802.11 b/g
SIM size Mini SIM
IrDA No
Bluetooth 2.0
Bluetooth profiles A2DP, AVRC, BPP 1.2, DUN, FTP, HFP 1.5, HID, HSP, OPP, PAN, SAP
PC Link Windows Mobile Device Center
Data tethering USB, Bluetooth

Camera[edit]

Rear camera 3.1 MP (2048 x 1536), AF, white balance, self-timer, burst shot, panorama, photo frames, color effects, timestamp, hue, saturation, brightness, contrast, sharpness • KAIS100, KAIS120, KAIS130 only
Video CIF (352 x 288), H.263 or MPEG4
Front camera VGA (640 x 480) • KAIS120, KAIS130 only

Media[edit]

Supported image formats BMP, GIF, JPG, PNG, WBMP
Supported audio formats AAC, MID, MP3, WAV
Supported video formats 3GP, MP4
Speaker configuration Ear speaker, loudspeaker
Line out Bluetooth or mini USB, stereo output
Synthesizer HTCMIDI, Kaiser inst. set
Extras Photo cropping and rotation, auto levels

Messaging[edit]

SMS Threaded view
MMS Yes
IM BlackBerry Connect, AIM, Windows Live, Yahoo Messenger
Email POP3, IMAP4

Software[edit]

Java Esmertec Jbed for Windows Mobile

Accessories[edit]

  • Supported batteries:
  • Supported chargers:
    • Mini USB

Graphics issues[edit]

When the TyTN II was first released, many users reported bad performance in 2D and 3D games despite the phone having a dedicated ATI Imageon GPU. The reason for this is that the phone operates in a software rendering mode as the drivers for the GPU are not present in the OS.

Gallery[edit]

HTC TyTN II with keyboard exposed

Firmware[edit]

HTC TyTN II (AT&T) - Windows Mobile 6.1 firmware files