HTC Touch2 and Nokia N900 both are fantastic mobile phones worn out by HTC and Nokia. HTC has designed its phone with Windows Mobile® 6.5 Operating System and Nokia has furnished with Maemo 5 Operating System. Although both of these have the same target to fulfill business users' expectations but have been equipped with various similar and dissimilar features and functionalities.
The 2.8 inches TFT LCD touchscreen of HTC Touch2 allows 65k colors at 240 x 320 Pixels resolution. Weighing 110 grams, the casing of the device is 104 x 55 x 12.9 mm in dimensions. Whereas Nokia N900's 3.5 inches TFT Touch Screen has 480 x 800 Pixels resolution and offers 16 Million colors. It is much hefty as weighs 181 grams and measures 110.9 x 59.8 x 18 mm.
The former one is boasted with TouchFLO finger swipe navigation and Touch-sensitive zoom bar and the latter one has slide out QWERTY keyboard with proxy sensor for auto turn-off and accelerometer sensor for auto-rotate.
3G HSDPA, HSCSD, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth® A2DP, GPRS and EDGE connectivity and data transmission technologies can be used on both these gadgets. But the difference is that the N900 imparts Infrared port, microUSB and HSUPA while the Touch2 embeds miniUSB and missing HSUPA and Infrared.
Pocket Office feature is commonly embedded in these phones supporting Word, Excel, PowerPoint, OneNote, PDF viewer. Moreover, Assisted GPS navigation system is included on both phones but Nokia's phone supports it with Ovi Maps and Digital Compass.
The camera of HTC Touch2 is 3.2 Megapixel that comes with Fixed Focus and Camera Setting on the other hand The Nokia N900's 5 MP camera is supported by Carl Zeiss (TM) Lens, Dual LED Flash and many other features is much appealing.
SMS, MMS, Email, Push Email, Instant Messaging and Live Messenger are the messaging services of HTC Touch2 but the Nokia N900 supports SMS, MMS, Instant Messaging, Push Email (SMTP, IMAP4 & POP3) and Email with Attachments.
HTC's device comes powered by 256 MB RAM, 512 MB ROM memory and expansible memory option while the unbeatable 32 GB internal storage and 256 MB RAM memory of Nokia's phone can be upgraded up to 16 GB.
As far as Web browsing features are concerned, HTC has given HTML browser only but Nokia has bestowed WAP 2.0 XHTML, HTML and Maemo Browser.