The HTC Touch Pro2 and Motorola Droid are both touchscreen mobile phones released for Verizon wireless users in 2009. Both phones also have a full QWERTY keyboard that you can slide out from the side of the main display screen. On the Verizon network, these phones use CDMA technology and do not require a SIM card to be inserted.
The Touch Pro2 features a 3.2 megapixel digital camera with a flash. The Droid has a 5 megapixel digital camera with an LED flash. Both phones have automatic focus so your photos don't turn out blurry. Both phones also have a media player for music and videos. The Touch Pro2 supports MP3, WMA, AAC, AAC+, AMR, WAV and MIDI audio files. The Droid supports eAAC+ rather than MIDI and also works with the other formats supported by the Touch Pro2.
System and Storage
The Droid runs on the Android 2.1 operating system and has a 600 MHz single core processor. The Touch Pro2 utilizes the Windows Mobile 6.1 Professional operating system and a 528 MHz ARM processor. Both phones have 512MB of internal storage. In terms of virtual memory, the Droid has 256MB of RAM and the Touch Pro2 has 288MB of RAM. The Droid and Touch Pro2 both have a microSD slot that allows for up to 32GB of storage.
Battery and Screen
The Droid has a lithium ion battery with a 1,400 mAh (milliamp hours). The battery lasts up to six hours and 25 minutes of usage or 11 days and six hours on standby mode. The Touch Pro2 battery is a lithium ion with a 1,500 mAh capacity. The Touch Pro2 battery lasts up to eight hours and 30 minutes of usage or one month on standby mode. Both phones have LCD display screens. The Droid screen is 3.7 inches diagonally and the Touch Pro2 screen is 3.6 inches diagonally.
Size and Connectivity
The Droid measures 4.6 inches tall, 2.4 inches wide and 0.6 inches thick. The Touch Pro2 is 2.3 inches tall, 4.6 inches wide and 0.7 inches thick. The Droid weighs 6 oz., while the Touch Pro2 weighs 6.3 oz. The Droid and Touch Pro2 both have Bluetooth version 2.1 and 3G Internet capability. Both phones can also connect to the Internet using 802.11 Wi-Fi connections.